The comedic and heart-wrenching off-Broadway hit transfers to Broadway. Make a date with Jordan (Gideon Glick) as he navigates friendship and courtship as a terminal single in New York City More…
All of Jordan Berman’s best friends are setting a date…and he can’t even get one. Now when he needs brunch plans, emergency dating advice, or just someone to commiserate and eat carbs with, he has to compete for attention with their new significant others. Of course he’s so happy for them, but Jordan is struggling to keep up with how fast everyone else is changing. Starring most of the original Off-Broadway cast.
See it if you want a dull night out at the theater. Two dimensional characters, who are not at all able to make an emotional connection.
Don't see it if you want to see good theater. I left at intermission.
See it if you're interested in a young man's struggle to find love in NYC
Don't see it if you're not that sympathetic for an attractive guy who just CAN'T find the right guy in NYC, but whose life is generally all good otherwise
See it if You appreciate any gay drama, even if it's cliched
Don't see it if You care about honest character portrayals of characters who aren't entirely self-indulgent
See it if You want really dry humor and a predictable plot. It was like watching an over grown high school student on stage.
Don't see it if You want to be entertained instead of bored for an evening.
See it if you want to see the relationship of a gay man and straight women accurately depicted with good acting performances.
Don't see it if you want to feel good about yourself or anything. There is so much room for discussion and morals that was neglected in this piece.
See it if you are absorbed in your own little world. First world problems.
Don't see it if you like thought-provoking theater that covers bigger themes than being depressed about not being married.
Also Considering the text the actors are doing a brilliant job.
See it if You like sitcoms (strong HIMYM vibes) and tearjerkers. Probably best in its feelings of loneliness.
Don't see it if Same old theme, jokes, & writing. Pretty cliched marriage/children plot. For a gay love story, SigO felt unbearably *straight.*
See it if You enjoy a group of twenty-somethings complaining about their relationships; you enjoy seeing Barbara Barrie on stage in a tiny part
Don't see it if You enjoy good writing, characters with an arc, a plot; you dislike self-indulgent characters who start & end in the same place
See it if you think all gay men are miserable people, make terrible friends, and deserve to be alone forever. See it you hate all people too.
Don't see it if you're looking for a comedy that will charm you, enlighten you, or handle an important social issue with grace and tact. It's not that show.
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