Robyn Lynne Norris’s free-form satire makes its off-Broadway premiere in the Westside Theatre.
Go on it from a veteran: on line suuuuucks that are dating. Yes, apps like OkCupid, Tinder, and Hinge reduce regarding the awkwardness that accompany approaching prospective love passions in individual and achieving to discern another person’s singlehood into the beginning. But placing apart the fact perhaps the many algorithm that is complexn’t constantly anticipate in-person chemistry, forcing potential daters to boil on their own right down to a self-summary leads people to not merely placed across an idealized form of by themselves for general general general general public usage, but in addition encourages individuals to latch on the many surface-level aspects to quickly see whether someone’s worth pursuing romantically. For ladies especially, internet dating could even be dangerous, making them available to harassment or even even even worse from toxic males whom feel emboldened because of the anonymity for the online.
Yet, internet dating remains popular, therefore which makes it a target ripe for satire. Enter #DateMe: An OkCupid Test.