By Robert Caisley
Robert Caisley's work once again graces the stage at the 6th Street Playhouse. After last season’s highly acclaimed production of HAPPY, Mr. Caisley strikes back and this time at our hearts – offering an evening of comedies focused on love and romance just in time for V-Day! Made up of three separate works, the evening starts with Robert’s one-man play, THE APOLOGY , in which a love struck buffoon tries to make things right with the woman he spent the world’s worst date with the night before. Second on the ticket is a hilarious and sexy romp called HUNGRY 4 U following the story of newlyweds, Mark and Phoebe, who love each other so much they almost devour one another. Rounding out this evening is a beautiful and fun play called KISSING, which examines what happens to us when we have no more words to express our love, leading us to the impulse to kiss – and how significant a kiss can be. An evening for couples for sure, but a great time for everyone who loves a good romantic comedy night out!
There will be a post-show talkback with the directors, cast and the playwright of Date Night immediately following these performances:
Friday, February 7th @ 8 PM
Saturday, February 8th @ 8 PM
Date Night features the directorial eyes of Lennie Dean and Edward McCloud, and features an acting ensemble which includes: Rose Roberts, Braedyn Youngberg in Hungry 4 U; Jess Headington, Marianne Shine, Randy St Jean, John Browning in Kissing; and Playhouse Artistic Director, Craig A. Miller, as the apologizing baffoon in the one-man-show, The Apology.