Tongue in Cheek Theater Productions presents Craig Wright's thought-provoking comedy about a blind date with destiny. More…
It's the day after September 11, and Waverly opens her apartment door, aghast. How could she have forgotten her blind date, Andrew, would be picking her up? As she scrambles to get ready, a series of twists, turns, and unexpected guests make for a fateful date.
See it if Blind date catastrophe day after "The Thing" dramedy when a twin telephones to find lost twin. Meta with sharply written idea-filled script.
Don't see it if High-concept premise abandoned in second act after complicated and confusing set-up. Showcase. Thirty-seat studio theatre.Half Equity actors
See it if This is a funny play about a difficult day -- the day after September 11 -- that really made me think. The cast is phenomenal.
Don't see it if It's definitely a quirky, theatrical script, with a number of meta things happening. So if that doesn't appeal, this isn't the show for you.
See it if You love plays done by Playwrights Horizons. I saw the original many years ago and this indie production has a lot to recommend it!
Don't see it if If you prefer musicals or light fare.
See it if You like twists and turns in your theater. Set over a blind date the day after 9/11. Sounds rough, and it is at moments, but also brilliant.
Don't see it if You don't like theater that comments on itself. Also if you get claustrophobic, the space is a small blackbox.