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Play/Date

Interactive and immersive, Play/Date isn’t really a show as much as an experience: it takes place at a lounge (Fat Baby in the Lower East Side), where the audience can either sit or meander while they watch performers move around the bar and perform a series of short plays. Sure, the plays’ subject—New York dating—has been beaten to death. But Play/Date is less about the stories and more about the interaction between the audience and the actors. Did we mention you’re encouraged to drink while you watch? Sold.

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Play/Date

Interactive and immersive, Play/Date isn’t really a show as much as an experience: it takes place at a lounge (Fat Baby in the Lower East Side), where the audience can either sit or meander while they watch performers move around the bar and perform a series of short plays. Sure, the plays’ subject—New York dating—has been beaten to death. But Play/Date is less about the stories and more about the interaction between the audience and the actors. Did we mention you’re encouraged to drink while you watch? Sold.

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Play/Date

Interactive and immersive, Play/Date isn’t really a show as much as an experience: it takes place at a lounge (Fat Baby in the Lower East Side), where the audience can either sit or meander while they watch performers move around the bar and perform a series of short plays. Sure, the plays’ subject—New York dating—has been beaten to death. But Play/Date is less about the stories and more about the interaction between the audience and the actors. Did we mention you’re encouraged to drink while you watch? Sold.

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Play/Date

Interactive and immersive, Play/Date isn’t really a show as much as an experience: it takes place at a lounge (Fat Baby in the Lower East Side), where the audience can either sit or meander while they watch performers move around the bar and perform a series of short plays. Sure, the plays’ subject—New York dating—has been beaten to death. But Play/Date is less about the stories and more about the interaction between the audience and the actors. Did we mention you’re encouraged to drink while you watch? Sold.

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Play/Date

Interactive and immersive, Play/Date isn’t really a show as much as an experience: it takes place at a lounge (Fat Baby in the Lower East Side), where the audience can either sit or meander while they watch performers move around the bar and perform a series of short plays. Sure, the plays’ subject—New York dating—has been beaten to death. But Play/Date is less about the stories and more about the interaction between the audience and the actors. Did we mention you’re encouraged to drink while you watch? Sold.

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Tonight: Enjoy a Casual Encounter With a Founder of OkCupid

Christian Rudder

Christian Rudder

Remember the Love Calculator? Though still a reliable standby, we’ve come a long way since the days when we depended on Dr. Love to diagnose compatibility. There’s now a whole universe of dating data out there thanks to the explosion of Internet dating sites. Christian Rudder, co-founder of endless source of romantic hilarity, OkCupid, put his Harvard degree in mathematics to good use and tapped into this datasphere. Tonight at the Yard, he’ll present material from his forthcoming book about data driven matchmaking.
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