Dating without drama review
Lila Cooper was a scene stealer as Allison, the gal who left Aaron at the alter, though in this case it was under the huppa.In the “B” Company show last evening, which I saw, the live musical accompaniment by Tiffany Underwood Holmes and ensemble helped wring every bit of emotion out of the rock score.Williams, who has knack for presenting cutting-edge musicals for her young players, notes in the program, “Due to adult language and themes, parental discretion is advised.”The subject is romance, or a possible hookup.Is love in the air, a scent of April blossoms, a youthful gust of spring, Gene Kelly seducing Leslie Caron in Paris?”First Date proves a good fit for the young actors, since the play is filled with anger, frustration, and the angst of hanging out at the Manhattan hot spot…and not sweating.But this First Date has some unexpected twists and turns.My favorite song took place three times in “Bailout” that sounded a bit like the rap in Broadway’s Hamilton “Bailout.” Really!While the cast sings each song with care, this production earns its recommendation from the comedy.
Our couple’s first encounter is told in flashbacks during which one freezes while the other listens to these “inner critics,” folks from their past who have opinions on their date.Maybe you’ve recently ended a long-term relationship, or you’re struggling with family problems.Dating rarely works when used as a distraction tactic.If you’re worried that your tone or true meaning won’t be properly conveyed over text, pick up the phone and give them a call – or better yet – speak in person. Avoid it by being as honest as possible when dating.
Be honest about your intentions; whether you’re looking for a relationship or something casual, don’t pretend otherwise.
When blind date newbie Aaron (sensitively played by Patrick J.