Seaglass Theatrical and Waterfront Theatrics present the New York premiere of this heartwarming musical, about a career-driven lawyer who adopts a pup that changes his perspective on life. More…
Roland thinks he must be married to get the partnership he desperately wants. So he follows the advice of his best buddy, Guy, and gets a puppy named Cupid as a chick magnet for his Hamptons vacation. The plan works: He's thrilled when Cupid leads him to a beautiful businesswoman named Blair! But not so thrilled when Cupid also leads him to Miranda, a dog trainer who is patient with puppies but not their owners. Through first dates, angry tangos, and a sudden disappearance, Roland ends up discovering there's more to life when you get a dog.
See it if Mediocre writing and outdated non pc relationships don't make you cringe. You like predictable rom-com situations and endings.
Don't see it if You are wanting to see an up to date comedy with nuanced acting and intriguing characters and interesting and subtle plot lines.
See it if Want a twist of a puppy in a traditional "Boy Meet Girl" story. Lindsey Vanwinkle's a standout. She makes the most of the B material.
Don't see it if Don't like predicable love stories. Expect a dog - this one is mimed. - but the cast does a great job of making him believable.
See it if you want a cute rom-com show that will have you humming the main song long after you leave.
Don't see it if you do not enjoy off-off-broadway shows with minimal staging and small casts.
See it if you like somewhat predictable but cute boy meets girl musicals and/or dogs.
Don't see it if you don't like dogs, and shows that are predictable and somewhat cliched.
See it if you enjoy a small-scale romantic comedy; delightful romp through a fun story; some unexpected laughs; an intimate musical - change of pace
Don't see it if you prefer large scale staging and productions or a large cast; you need surprises over a predictable story or a thought provoking/deep show
See it if you're an animal lover and are looking for some light and fluffy entertainment.
Don't see it if you want a fancy-schmancy production -- this show is on a tiny stage with a curio cabinet approach to set design.
See it if like to see how a dog can be used to bring people together. cute love story. like musicals
Don't see it if you expect to see a dog throughout. only come out at the end. don't like small productions
See it if you like romantic comedies that are somewhat predictable but wear their heart on their sleeve and are ultimately charming
Don't see it if you are attracted to hip or edgy material. You can see the ins and outs of this plot coming a mile away. But it's also genuinely sweet.
See it if your tv's broken and you like unimaginative sitcoms.
Don't see it if you like clever stories and actors who can pantomime a dog. Until the real dog entered, I had problems imagining where it was.
See it if you like the cliché rom-com musical. 3/4 of the cast is really talented, especially the two leads. Half of the music is really good.
Don't see it if you can't tolerate a really un-even book. Also don't see it if you don't have an imagination of your own, this show REQUIRES it.
See it if you can get a free ticket.The dog walker is great, but she's not enough to save this show. The best friend's misogyny is excruciating.
Don't see it if you want an intellectual, challenging, or even a completely enjoyable night out. This is fluff, and not even the fun kind.
See it if You like small venue musicals that are predicable and "cute" - sort of. Must love dogs...
Don't see it if You have the option of seeing something else that day/night.
See it if will feel satisfied with one well-acted character with some dimension (Miranda), in the midst of 3 flat ones; like romantic comedies
Don't see it if you can't get past an overly stereotypical chauvinistic best friend character (fine acting, just completely unlikeable); want any depth
See it if If you like cute romantic and funny stories. Excellent acting and loved the concept and the funny bits. Real dog at the end made my evening.
Don't see it if You don't like small theaters and productions and are not into romantic, funny and obvious storyline. No real dog until the ending.
See it if you are a true, die-hard musical theatre devotee and are interested in the curiosities that are commercial Off-Broadway and Ken Davenport.
Don't see it if you want to something that speaks to the era we are living in.
See it if You love dogs. You enjoy romantic comedy musicals. You don't mind a small cast in a simple yet entertaining musical.
Don't see it if You don't like dogs; prefer something more sophisticated (it's not exactly Cole Porter); you don't enjoy a small musical.
See it if You like fluffy, cutesy, and cliched musicals. Nothing new here. Best part of the show was (spoiler alert!)...the dog.
Don't see it if ... you have anything better to do. It's mildly entertaining, some earnest performances but overall disappointing.
See it if You like a story where women are treated like sex objects by one man and a necessity for a job promotion by another...You love dogs.
Don't see it if you don't like musicals, don't like dancing, and don't like a truly innovative set that many of us in NYC would like to take home with us.
See it if You want to just feel good about love And you can't resist a happy ending! You'll just love this musical!
Don't see it if If you don't like a little off Broadway or You only like big theatres with big ticket prices
See it if You like cute shows staged well in a small space; good acting; good direction and innovative musical lyrics & score.
Don't see it if You don't like cute; romantic plots set to music. You are accustomed to spectacular Broadway shows.
See it if you are down to earth enough to enjoy a sweet musical with great voices on a simple set. you enjoy basic sweet entertainment.
Don't see it if you want a show that will solve the world's problems, or offer great insight on the boy meets girl relationship.
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