I especially liked the way they portrayed how people on apps are talking to multiple people at once. I look forward to seeing what this company does in the future. This was the first show I've seen in 10 or so years. I know nothing of theater, so take this with a grain of salt.
I’d swipe right on this show A new show from a brand-new company. The first half - where people talk as if they were on tinder is well done - the stereotypes ring true, and the sexting scene is hilarious. The acting was spot on, and coming from a fellow tinder user, the stereotypes were spot on.
Insightful and with heart With dating in the modern world being a popular topic of discussion and exploration, I wasn't expecting to be caught off guard by this production.
I was however, in particular with the heart and strong human element that ran through the course of the show.
Some great physical and prop bits, costumes are spot on, and stereotypes are nailed without staying one-dimensional. Frothy (yes), serious (no) There is a lot that could be said about online dating. Omg YES I laughed until I was shrieking and I “awww”ed ‘til I cried. Practically perfect I'm being a really harsh critic by only giving this 9 stars, and that's for these reasons: this story is totally heterosexual, totally white, and is about truly well-worn territory, namely, trying to find love.
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