Already closed | 1h 15m | Midtown W

Dating, Depression, and Dirt Bags...A Love Story

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Members say: Absorbing, Epic

About the show

Comedienne Elza Zagreba chronicles her hilarious journey to find love in New York City, where women outnumber men 5 to 1. More…

After her Prince Charming turned into the Prince of Darkness, Elza Zagreda dried her tears, strapped on her stilettos and embarked on a journey to find love again. From J Date to Holy Communion to Ricky’s Strip Club, Elza explores all the venues where NOT to meet a potential suitor. She learns the hard way about the new war on terror in NYC...DATING...and asks the proverbial question: “Um, have you seen what’s out there?”

1h 15m | Already closed | Stage Left Studio (Midtown W)

Member Reviews (2)


Absorbing, Epic
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See it if Like a great story

Don't see it if You don't like a lot of dialog


See it if I was the only one on earh

Don't see it if If there was another person on earth

June 26th, 2012
for a previous production "'Dating, Depression and Dirtbags' has a compelling story and an amusing script, and with a louder and slightly more streamlined delivery it would be sure to leave any audience in stitches. Most likely any woman (or perhaps man) who has had to deal with their own romantic woes will identify with ...
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March 21st, 2012
for a previous production "As an overall narrative it has an expected arc, but some of the finer points that could bring a piece like this to the next level are not there yet. Moments are touching and others are funny, but one gets the sense that it may as yet be too soon for the writer/performer to present with abandon s...
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June 20th, 2012
for a previous production "Through all the humor and heartache, Zagreda seems to be telling us how invaluable friends and family are when is comes to healing from absolute heartbreak. I for one enjoyed the show and encourage anyone who has been the unfortunate victim of their own DB (and who hasn’t at one point or another...
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April 3rd, 2012
for a previous production "Director Joan Kane cautiously and expertly coaches her actor, encouraging her to dig deep and share her most painful memories with the audience. Zagreda, a brave and talented performer, renders her viewers awestruck at strategic moments in the show. We are left hoping that in the very near futur...
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