Sunday, June 14, 2015

The Difficulties With Looking For Love Are Explained In Drayton Entertainment's LOOKING




Single And Looking

Drayton's Festival Theatre is currently running LOOKING. It's story of how to find love after 40.  Before online dating sites became popular, people would take to the personal ads to find that special someone.  This hilarious look at blind dates will have you bursting at the seams.  It covers everything from sketchy bars to awkward small talk with strangers.  If you have experienced or even thought of joining the dating pool this production is will hit home. 

What To Look For At LOOKING

LOOKING is laugh out loud comedy written by Canadian playwright Norm Foster.  The production has running themes like remembering song lyrics, ageism, the longing for relationships and the radio, whether it be about brodcasting or late night washroom runs.  This wit in this show is performed by 4 actors, all with great timing and a stage presence that makes you feel like you're watching them from across the bar.

Val, Nina, Andy and Matt are brought together by a personal ad in the newspaper. To buffer the potentially disastrous meeting, Val brings along her trusted girlfriend, Nina, and Andy brings along his best buddy, Matt. What follows is a wildly romantic, warm, and sweet story as they look for love in all the wrong places … only to find it and almost let it go before it’s too late.

You Should Be Looking At Getting Tickets For LOOKING

Looking runs through June 27th. Tickets can be purchased in person at the Drayton Festival Theatre, online atwww.draytonfestivaltheatre.com or by calling the Box Office at(519) 638-5555 or toll free at 1-855-drayton (372-9866).

4 singles hit the stage at the Drayton Festival Theatre today as they search for love the second time around in Norm...

Posted by Official Drayton Entertainment Fan Club on Wednesday, June 10, 2015

We think this comedy would make a great PARENTS' NIGHT OUT!

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