This show was wonderful! It made me laugh and made me cry. It was raw and honest and funny and I loved each couple they introduced during the show. It is a perfect show to bring a date too. I was so impressed with the actors, especially Lindy, with her facial expressions and timing. This show is a do not miss!...
I like my shows like I like my men: true, funny, witty, & heartfelt. Dating: Adults Embracing Failure had all this and more!
A clever look at various relationships, Dating:AEF felt as fun as a sketch comedy show while adding the important and poignant moments any relationship might go through. Josh and Lindy's stage chemistry was a treat to experience. Their comedic timing was spot on and they added enough pain and heart to make this the type of show I thoroughly enjoy.
Do yourself a favor and go!!
See it if: you've ever been in a relationship or want to be in a relationship
Avoid it if: you're a heartless [expletive deleted] who doesn't like to laugh...
This is the absolute perfect fringe show to take a date to. It's cute, witty, snappy and charming. The play is really a series of vignettes that all connect within each other and some fun pickup (and breakup) patter to round it all out.
Josh Lanzet & Lindy Voeltner spin through each character and relationship with ease, including each unique physicality and voice. The two clearly have comedic timing command of the material and the acting chops to go dramatic when the material requires it. Josh plays the guitar well too. A little 16th note riff in between strumming was about as easy as putting hot butter on toast. Lindy sings right along with confident harmonies and keeps the audience laughing.
If you are looking for a show that will ...
Poignant and definitely spot on commentary about dating. Read the full review by Gia On The Move (official press) http://giaonthemove.com/2015/06/07/gia-hff15-reviews-dating-adults-embracing-failure/
Hilarious. Some real comedy gems, balanced out with authentic losses.
Captures the highs and lows of dating in a creative way. Both actors have different, and complementary sensibilities.