#DateMe: An OKCupid Experiment

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#DateMe: An OKCupid Experiment
Friday, September 02, 2016 8:00 PM
UP Comedy Club, Chicago, IL
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  • Ticket Price: $34.00 - $44.00
  • Door Time: 7:15 PM
  • Show Type: Comedy
  • Tags: Theater
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"A big, juicy, popular hit" - The Chicago Tribune
"A perfect night out" - Time Out Chicago
"Superb cast" - The Chicago Reader
"A laugh out loud comedy experience" - Chicago Splash Magazine

38 "Undateable" profiles were placed on the world's most popular online dating site to see who would interact with them. The results were tracked with a shockingly hilarious outcome. #DateMe = months of research of REAL people talking to FAKE characters. A scientific experiment about the online search for love.

Date night? Girls' night out? Bromance hang? #DateMe is the perfect show for people looking for love, already in love, or who want to Laugh at love. Featuring multimedia, original music, improvisation, and real life characters transferred from the online world to the stage. It's unlike anything you've ever seen before!

90 minutes with a brief intermission.
Suggested Rating: R

Read this interview with creator, Robyn Lynne Norris, to hear more about how the idea started.

CAST: Greg Komorowski, Torian Miller, Robyn Lynne Norris, Dana Robie, Sam Super, and Kimberly Michelle Vaughn

Created by Robyn Lynne Norris
Written by Robyn Lynne Norris, Bob Ladewig and Frank Caeti
Directed by Frank Caeti
Musical Director Jeff Strickland
Stage Manager Jaci Entwisle
Casting Director Beth Kligerman
Produced by Diane Alexander

Music by: Dan Wessels and Julie B. Nichols
Lyrics by: Amanda Blake Davis, Frank Caeti, Robyn Lynne Norris and Bob Ladewig.
Sound Design: Jesse Case

Based on an experiment conducted by: Robyn Lynne Norris and Bob Ladewig. 

Follow along with #DateMe
Twitter: @DateMeShow
Instagram: @DateMeShow
Facebook: @DateMeShow

Visit DateMe Diaries, the official blog for weekly backstage secrets as well as inside info on the original OkCupid Experiment that inspired the show.