Love is a battlefield in the Warehouse Theatre’s “Les Liaisons Dangereuses,” and the weapons of choice are manipulation, seduction and betrayal.

The two schemers at the heart of the play are wicked — but deliciously, irresistibly so.

“Their villainy is wonderfully exciting,” said Paul Savas, who plays one of those deceivers, Valmont.

There’s even a bit of swordplay to match the psychological jousting in Christopher Hampton’s 1985 play.

“Les Liaisons Dangereuses” (“Dangerous Liaisons”), originally set in the 18th century but updated in the Warehouse’s staging to contemporary times, opens on April 29 and runs through May 27.

Read more of this Greenville Online preview from Paul Hyde HERE.

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