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One Love

Members say: Clever, Funny, Delightful, Amateurish predictable strained
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Theater for the New City presents this new dramedy about facing your issues and finding love.

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Hunter is haunted by his past–the ghost of a failed relationship leaves him unable to find love, even in his fantasies. An impromptu dinner with his extravagant drag queen roommate, a former gay stripper turned conservative evangelist, and an annoying acquaintance with a lazy eye makes for an awkward evening. But when Afrodite, a sexy stranger from Pocatello, Idaho with an uncomplicated outlook and a big-hearted spirit enters, will Hunter have the courage to face his demons and give romance a shot? 'One Love' explores the power of perspective and its influence on the complexities of love.


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Amateurish predictable strained

See it if Sorry, I really wanted to like this, but I have seen much better of this type, even by this author. 'The plot was predictable.

Don't see it if The acting and directing was amateurish. Maybe I saw it too early in the run, but I did not like it.

Funny, Clever, Delightful

See it if Man looking (or not-looking) for love in all the wrong places. But with drag queens, fundamentalists, and hilarious fantasy sequences.

Don't see it if You don't like hot boys and camp humor.