Make a date with Jordan and his tight-knit circle of friends as they navigate the ups and downs of friendship and courtship in New York City in Significant Other, the best reviewed new American plays of the 2016 Broadway season.
A Play by Joshua Harmon
Directed by Heather Akers (Rated PG-13, Comedy)
Heather Says... “Imagine if you mixed Friends and Will & Grace, and added just a pinch of This Is Us. I love it. Trust us, you’ll love this new show too!”
“A phenomenal and remarkably hilarious new comedy that zeroes in on the elusiveness of modern love,”
-The New York Post
“An uproarious, bittersweet and poignant comic delight for anyone whose heart has ever been broken. See it and bring a date!”
-Time Out New York
Auditions for this production will be held simultaneously with Almost, Maine. (Yes, you can opt to audition for both, and YES you could possibly be cast in both shows!)
November 26 & 27 at 7PM. (Attend one.) Come prepared to fill out a form, and read from the script. No additional preparation necessary.
SYNOPSIS: 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. Playwright Joshua Harmon goes from Bad Jews to bad dates in this critically-acclaimed comedy about searching for love and moving on.