Fairfield Museum and History Center will present "Love Hurts," a MouseMuse Production show involving six people sharing their stories of breakups, bad dates and relationship calamities, 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, at the museum, 370 Beach Road.

The theme for the museum's "Stories on the Green" show has been inspired by Valentine's Day and the role of Cleopatra performed by Katharine Hepburn at the American Shakespeare Theater in Stratford, according to a museum news release.

Storytellers will include Tom Lawlor of Fairfield, Max Westhelle of Rowayton, Jeep Halo of Milford, Arch Currie of Norwalk and Shannon Walsh and Maureen Hallock, both of Westport.

Each storyteller will have 10 minutes to tell his or her tale, and audience members will have a chance to tell their story by throwing their names into a hat during intermission. Three names will be chosen to share a three-minute story.

Tickets, at $20, $15 for museum members, will include food and a cash bar.

To purchase tickets, visit www.fairfieldhistory.org/event-calendar/ or call 203-259-1598.