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One Love

From 2 member  reviews
Members say: Delightful, Funny, Clever, Amateurish predictable strained

About the show

Theater for the New City presents this new dramedy about facing your issues and finding love. More…

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.

Member Reviews (2)


Delightful, Funny, Clever, Amateurish predictable strained
Avg Score

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.

Delightful, Funny, Clever

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.

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