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THE THIRD DATE

comedy · stunt orange productions · Ages 18+ · world premiere · 40 mins · United States · ·
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RICK KENT certified reviewer · June 25, 2013
The Third Date is smart, funny and never boring! The talented cast had a great time with the witty banter. Author Deb Gross has a bright future ahead of her!!! See this show, if you can. It's a great time!... full review

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BRUCE TENENBAUM certified reviewer · June 26, 2013
I liked it so much I saw it twice! Witty, clever, quirky and truthful. ... full review

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CHRIS OBE · June 12, 2013
This show is hysterical! I am not usually a fan of the theater, but this play will please both avid theater goers and newbies alike. I went with a group of friends and we all couldn't stop laughing. So many of the issues the new couple on stage are facing hit so close to home, we couldn't stop talking about it after the show. The cast is brilliant and finds the humor and heart through out the piece. If you have ever been on a third date, make time to see this!! ... full review

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LIANE CUNIO · June 11, 2013
Went to see The Third Date last night with my cousin. It was hysterical! We were laughing so hard we couldn't catch our breath! Deborah Gross has captured that awkwardness and optimism that all of us feel when we start a new relationship. Everyone over the age of 18 will be able to relate and see a little bit of themselves in the characters. The cast was amazing. I recommend this to everyone!! I might have to go see it again!... full review

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COURTNEY BELL · June 11, 2013
"The Third Date" is like the rom-com I'm thrilled to watch on an airplane, but wouldn't necessarily buy a ticket to see. It was definitely an enjoyable show--very cute concept, easy to relate to, and Deborah Gross' writing is adorable! But with the exception of Chris Wylde's 'Helmer', I didn't feel the actors were quite filling the space--I felt like I was watching a TV sitcom taping instead of a play. But if you have a spare 40 minutes in your Fringe schedule, this is a fun one!... full review

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FEE DOYLE · June 15, 2013
Clever writing. Honest, subtle acting. Reminds us all how funny dating can be. I dare say this may even be good for a date, provided you grab a drink before or afterwards to soften the blows. ... full review

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer · June 12, 2013
This show is fantastic! Great writing - there are so many truly hilarious moments. The cast was also amazing. Highly recommend.... full review

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GREGORY CRAFTS certified reviewer · June 11, 2013
I think we've all had evenings exactly like "The Third Date," and that's part of why I enjoyed it so much. The script (delivered with spot-on comic sense by a solid cast) captures perfectly the awkwardness of the "getting to know you" process that is dating. This show is light, fluffy (in a good way) and earnest. At 40 minutes, it's also an easy fit for anyone's crowded Fringe schedule and certainly worth checking out. ... full review

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MONICA MIKLAS certified reviewer · June 11, 2013
Brought my mom to see this with me--her first Fringe show ever!--and I have to give you guys my thanks because she had such a good time that she is now planning HER 2014 Fringe entry and making plans to see many more shows. The Third Date is light-hearted and very funny, the theater equivalent of a well-crafted pop song. What it lacks in depth it makes up in adorableness and pitch-perfect casting.... full review

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REBECCA MILLER certified reviewer · June 11, 2013
Hilarious, insightful, and kind of heartbreakingly truthful...in the best way. Deb Gross' fantastic script and the cast's great work perfectly bring to life the awkwardness, cautious optimism, and ridiculousness of getting to know someone new. I already have tickets to see it again! ... full review

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