From the playwright of the smash-hit Bad Jews!

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Joshua Harmon


Jessica Holt


Jordan Berman is looking for Mr. Right. As each of his close-knit girlfriends begin coupling off, he navigates the uneasy transition from gay best friend to bridesman. Through it all, he wades through a string of workplace crushes, awkward first dates and romantic misadventures of his own, wondering if he’ll ever find true love. AE favorite Joshua Harmon goes from Bad Jews to bad dates in this critically-acclaimed comedy about searching for love and moving on.

As richly funny as it is ultimately heart-stirring. New York Times
Sharp, unapologetic and witty. Entertainment Weekly
Makes you slap your knees until you notice they’re bruised. TimeOut
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Running Time

2 hours and 10 minutes with a 15 minute intermission

Content Advisory

Contains adult language.


Director's Rough Cut
May 18 at 8 pm

May 19 & 20 at 8 pm

Opening Night
May 21 at 8 pm

Regular Performances
May 21 - June 19
Wednesdays - Saturdays at 8 pm
Sundays at 2 pm

From the audience

From the Critics

"...a wildly entertaining romp...a fun, engaging production with tender and tense moments..." EDGE MEDIA NETWORK LOGO Edge Media Network TK Hadman,
"You couldn’t ask for a better cast, and Lee Osorio is adorable as the main character Jordan." artsatl ArtsATL Andrew Alexander and Jim Farmer,
"...charming...moments of fun and comic brilliance." atlanta-intown Atlanta INtown Manning Harris,
"...a magnificently brilliant play...One that's as funny as it is heart-breaking, as relevant as it is heart-touching." Wanderlust Atl wanderlust ATLANTA Travis S. Taylor,