“Dinner With Friends” meets “La Cage aux Folles," from the team that brought you the smash hits "Mutually Assured Desctruction" and "The Assassination of Leon Trotsky: A Comedy!"
“Lively” — Los Angeles Times
“Blake Silver is adorable … Robin Riker is delicious… Robb Derringer a charmer … Sean Smith wonderfully arch… and John Marzilli is all energy” —Theatre Spoken Here
“Witty one liners and rib-tickling situations… The performances are all terrific… it’s a show you might just fall in love with.” — Actors Entertainment
“An intriguing premise… the cast is game… directed with élan by Terri Hanauer” — Blog Critics
“A WINNER. Fun, upbeat with good laughs, great acting and excellent production quality… The perfect date night play …. I loved it. It’s a MUST SEE.” —Los Angeles Post
“Touching and heartfelt…one of the most enjoyable productions I have seen this year” — Broadwayworld
“FIVE STARS… funny, quirky… great cast… one of my favorite comedies of 2014… a must see play!” — Examiner
“The ongoing laughs… are the cherry on top of the overall message. Absolutely recommendable for anyone who has experienced the subtleties of life after divorce or anyone who is looking to get a good laugh.” — Living Out Loud
“DELIGHTFUL… real and very funny… a delicious bit of subversive art… all five of the actors shine… a journey worth taking” — Stage Happenings
Previews Thursday, July 10th, 8pm
Friday, July 11th, 8pm
Runs Sat, Jul 12 – Sun, Aug 24 Fri, Sat 8pm
Sun 3pm Show Calendar
$15 for Preview performances
$25 on Fridays and Sundays
$30 on Saturdays
There will be a talkback after the show with the playwright and the director on FRIDAY JULY 25th! Please join us!!
Special Show Info Running time: 120 minutes. There will be an intermission.
The Way You Look Tonight is a wacky, gender-bending comedy about two couples --ex-spouses and their new mates. When they get together for the first time in years it blows up in a delightful mess of romantic complications that none of them is entirely prepared to deal with. “Dinner With Friends” meets “La Cage aux Folles," from the team that brought you the smash hits "Mutually Assured Desctruction" and "The Assassination of Leon Trotsky: A Comedy!"