If you’ve ever thought that Christmas has become too commercialized (and who among us hasn’t felt that as we pulled out the credit card yet again) this is the play for you. Several customers wander in to a rather bare, nondescript store during the Christmas shopping season. All of them, younger children, teenagers, and twenty-somethings, are looking for the same thing, but for different reasons. Some aren't even sure what they want: they just know that they are missing something. Naomi, the elderly widow working behind the counter, answers their questions kindly but indirectly. When the owner of a competing store enters the scene, the nature of both stores and their proprietors become clear. As the customers decide for or against their purchases, a surprise awaits them. Appropriate for all audiences, “The Love Store” begs the question, “What is the price of Love?” About 30 minutes.