The play is about the courtship and marriage of the heroine. It was more about her dirtbag ex-husband and not really about dating. I agree with a previous critique that the show came off as onstage therapy for the actress.
She was great. The story was funny/sad/real and sure to hit home on a lot of people going through or that went through what the story is about. The location left a lot to be desired and the room was tiny.
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