Originating in London in 1989, Andrew Lloyd Webber's Aspects of Love was poorly received when it crossed the ocean to New York. Of course, compared to the success Webber had achieved with The Phantom of the Opera, nearly any response would have seemed cold. Still, Aspects of Love is a hard sell: a young man falls for an actress who in turn falls for his older uncle who already has a mistress. The actress and uncle have a daughter, who then falls for the young man. The score contains the beautiful "Love Changes Everything," and Michael Ball (the original Marius in the London version of Les Miserables) gives a wonderful performance. Aspects of Love is a bit of an acquired taste, but it does have some worthwhile moments.