An interactive parody of ABC's 'The Bachelorette,' audience members mix, mingle, and dance with eligible bachelors and help Adriana find the love of her life.
After 8 years and no ring, Adriana Orlando just broke up with her high school sweetheart, Giovanni Giovanni. Desperate for a new start, she’s putting her love life in the hands of 'That Bachelorette Show,' where she’ll meet some of the most eligible and spoof-tastic bachelors in the world. With all these choices, how will she pick which man she’ll marry? She won’t; you will...The bachelors compete in dance contests, ab-offs, and more. And over the course of the show, they are slowly eliminated until only one remains, who will walk off into the sunset with Adriana.
"If you're a typical bachelorette looking for an alcohol-and-dance-hit–fueled club party, this interactive parody of ABC’s romantic reality competition may offer more thrills than your wedding night. However, theater lovers will want to dump 'That Bachelorette Show' before it even begins...Strictly for brides-to-be and their BFFs"
"The production value is generally competent, with Jamie Roderick offering an authentic club lighting experience. Travis Chinick's Halloween costumes are archetypal enough to do the job of giving us an immediate sense of character without the actors ever having to speak...'That Bachelorette Show!' is everything it promises to be: goofy, boozy, and slightly off-color. If that's what you're in the market for, you'll have a great time."
"More party than theatre, this frivolous concoction packs in the laughs and keeps the beats coming. You'll have a blast dancing the night away...A thin plot, some clichéd archetypes, and keen improvisational skills come into play to make sure that Ken Davenport's creation keeps the audience smiling...If you're just looking for a night out on the town that is as light and bubbly as a flute of champagne, you need not look any further."
"The format of this show has legs. I can see it utilized on cruise ships where the contestants are regular passengers competing for a date with a single girl...Still, to compete as a bachelorette party alternative, the show needs to jack up the sexual tension and move from a PG-rated show to at least an R-rated one. That having been said, no one will leave this show not having had a great time. I highly recommend you see 'That Bachelorette Show!' and immerse yourself in the experience."