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"A comically incisive journey across the jagged landscape of ... friendship, dating, marriage, and love"- THE BOSTON GLOBE
"Equal parts splendidly entertaining and meaningfully insightful."- WICKED LOCAL
"Reinvigorates the relationship comedy ... immediately fresh, funny and fully alive!"- Joyce Kulhawik, JOYCESCHOICES.COM
"A perfect catch for local theatergoers"- JEWISH ADVOCATE
"Entertaining and thought-provoking ... you do not want to miss this play."- WHITE RHINO REPORT

FINAL PERFORMANCE ADDED: SUN, OCT 9 @ 3PM

From Joshua Harmon, author of the hit play Bad Jews, comes a sharply observed new comedy about the challenges of finding love and letting go. Jordan Berman and BFFs Kiki, Vanessa, and Laura have been inseparable up until now; but as singles nights become bachelorette parties, Jordan starts to worry about his own prospects, and embarks on a series of romantic misadventures on a quest to find Mr. Right.

APPROXIMATE RUNNING TIME: 2 hours and 20 minutes, with one intermission.

PLEASE NOTE: Strobe lighting will be used during this performance.

BOSTON GLOBE ADVICE COLUMNIST MEREDITH GOLDSTEIN

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7

The advice columnist and entertainment reporter joins us after the 8PM performance to talk about modern relationships and dating. This event is FREE to all ticket holders to that performance.

In a recent interview, Meredith answered some Significant Questions raised by the play.

READ INTERVIEW >>