by Theresa Rebeck Shoe-obsessed divorcee Haley played by Annie Henk regales us with hilarious stories as she re-enters the world of dating in this 90-minute (no break) one-woman show. “And then I realize, in this sort of strange, hallucinatory moment, that the bug guy is looking kind of good, and the things he’s saying about bugs are really kind of fascinating and it is then that I realized that maybe it has been too long since I’ve been on a date.” — So confesses a single mother and self-described restaurant idiot-savant in this thoroughly charming and slyly sweet one-woman play by the author of The Butterfly Collection and Spike Heels. This idiosyncratic journey to self-discovery involves the Romanian mob, a Buddhist rainstorm, a teenage daughter, shoes, and a few very bad dates. (Concord Theatrical)
Curtain Call Discussion
Sunday, April 25th 5:00 pm – Virtual Live
Curtain call discussions offer a rare opportunity for audience members to talk about the production with the performers, exploring topics that range from the rehearsal process to character development to issues raised by the work.
This Curtain Call Discussion is with actor Annie Henk, moderated by our Literary Manager Todd Brian Backus.
Artistic Perspective Discussion
Sunday, May 9th 5:00 pm – Virtual Live
Artistic Perspective Discussions are hosted by Artistic Director Anita Stewart, is an opportunity for audience members to delve deeper into the themes and creative questions behind each production through conversation with special guests. A different scholar, visiting artist, playwright, or another expert will join the discussion each time.
This Artistic Perspective Discussion, Anita Stewart is joined by BAD DATES Director Jade King Carroll.