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missmatch

musicals and operas · bucket list theatre · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America

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WINNER of THE ENCORE PRODUCERS’ AWARD 2017!
2017 BETTER LEMONS FRINGE MUST-SEE MUSICAL!

BEST OF FRINGE CABARET!
FRINGETV BACKSTAGE PICK!

Her online dating pain is your musical parody pleasure. Based on actual events, this multimedia musical parody follows AC as she navigates her way through the world of online dating, unleashing hilariously disastrous results. Swipe right for show tunes and terrible dates!

AUDIENCES ARE RAVING:
“An absolute must see! So creative and funny and charming and had me in tears by the end. I loved it in every way! Hilarious!”

“If there is an award for an amazing ensemble I nominate these guys.”

“One of my favorite musicals at the Fringe.”

“I had no idea I would love this show as much as I did!”

“I haven’t stopped talking about this show since I saw it…I could have watched it for hours.”

“I laughed out loud as did the woman next to me til she cried
‘this is my life right now!’”

“Go see this show! Hilarious and incredibly clever, Amanda Conlon has managed to create something entirely relatable, funny, and feel-good! Great cast and a fun show!”

“Superior, perceptive comedy about dating…I would like to see a sequel.”

“Excellent show, great writing. Extremely enjoyable and entertaining…All musical parody shows should take note of this production.”

“I didn’t know watching real life stories from online dating could be so fun and enjoyable!”

“The sparking cast supports the marvelous Amanda Conlon on a 50 minute joyride.”

“My musical theatre loving heart exploded into a thousand comedy and tragedy mask emojis.”

“For anyone who has dated in the modern age, this is a must see.”

“This show is a hit! I had a blast!”

“Effective and enjoyable and perfect for fringe!”

production team

amanda conlon *
writer, director, actor

* Fringe Veteran

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