My First Time: The Hit Comedy Based on Real-Life Encounters
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The last date listed for My First Time was Friday October 26, 2012 / 11:00pm.
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Featured review from Eric
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It was not what I expected (I expected wild, wacky and funny stories), which left me slightly disappointed immediately after the show. The more I thought about it, however, the more I liked the idea and appreciated the stories shared. It gets pretty heavy at times with some of the stories, but overall is an interesting message and a thought-provoking/conversation starting topic.
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This was a very pleasant surprise with a great cast in a neat little theatre. All emotions were touched upon and the small group of 30 or so people, which seemed to be all couples loved it. A great inexpensive date night thing to do.
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by Ken Davenport & People Just Like You
Directed by Benjamin Brownson
Featuring Brooks Applegate, Catherine Dildilian, Spenser Davis, and Leslie Ruettiger
If you did it, there’s probably a story behind it. Whether it was love or lust, shy or sexy, awkward or awesome or somewhere in between, chances are you remember your first sexual experience. It’s one of the few things almost every person on the planet has in common, yet we rarely talk about it. Until now…
In My First Time, four amazing actors perform stories ranging from heartbreaking to hysterical, every one of them true and written by real people just like you. Featured on CNN, Fox, MSNBC, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and even a iPhone commercial, Broken Nose Theatre is thrilled to present the Chicago Premiere of this Off-Broadway hit. My First Time will have you laughing and reminiscing about your own first time… and thinking about your next one.
The performance contains strong language and adult themes and is intended for adult audiences._