Monday, November 22, 2010

Miss Abigail's Guide to Dating, Mating, and Marriage Review

Saturday was finally our date night and we went into Manhattan to go see Miss Abigail's Guide to Dating, Mating, and Marriage starring Eve Plumb (who played Jan Brady in the original Brady cool is that?)  It was hysterical.

Miss Abigail, along with her very, very, handsome assistant Paco, talk the audience through dating, mating, and marriage by using advice that has been around for centuries.  From flirting to sex Miss A covers it all in a way that will have you laughing out loud.  This play is far from a stuffy old theatre performance where white haired ladies shush you when you try to open your twizzlers during the overture.  It's modern, fresh and interactive.  Yup that's right, there is a lot of audience participation.  Andy even got pulled up on stage at one point!  I thought he would die of embarrassment but he licked his lips and showed his hiney with the best of them.  Miss A even has a section at the end of the play where she takes your questions.  And if that wasn't reason enough to see it, they have a bar.  And you can drink while you're watching the play.

This show would be a great date night, girls night out, or as the precursor for a bachelorette or birthday party.  I had a blast and so did Andy.  There were times where I thought I might honestly pee my pants from laughing so hard.  And Paco sure was delicious eye candy and nice, because he walked around in the beginning of the show and was talking to the audience.  The show is in a small, intimate theatre where you really feel connected to the actors.  Ticket's for Miss Abigail's Guide to Dating, Mating, and Marriage can be purchased by clicking HERE.  If you live in or around the NYC area or know someone who does or will be visiting, tickets to the show would make a great holiday gift.  Use the code DATING to get tickets for as low as $45.  If you do go see the show make sure you let me know how you liked it.

Miss Abigai's Guide is 90 minutes long and it plays in Sofia's Downstairs Theatre, which is right below Sofia's, a very delicious Italian restaurant so you can do the show and dinner in one fell swoop.  There are plenty of other restaurants in the area as well as shops, attractions, and parking lots.  Have fun!

*I did receive two free tickets to go see Miss Abigail's Guide to Dating, Mating, and Marriage in order to provide a review.  The opinions expressed in this post are my own and have not been influenced in any way*

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Brandy said...

Sounds like a great time. Wish I lived around the area because I would drag my hubby and go. Well, I probably wouldn't have to drag him since there is a bar there.

misssrobin said...

So glad you enjoyed your night on the town. You deserve it.

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