The delightfully befuddles charcters in playwright Mrinalini Kamath's new comedy alternately crave and fear intimacy.
DeeDee, who hates online dating sites using algorithms, runs a high-end, low-tech matchmaking business with her son, Eric.
He has never been in a real relationship-that is, until he meets Sylvia, who was orphaned as a teen, and longs for a relationship like her parents.
Eric decides to hire Rajesh, an evolutionary psychologist, to help make him more sure of himself.
A sly, charming new play, directed by Aimee Todoroff, about online dating and modern-day matchmaking.
As with all of Queens Theatre's New American Voices Reading Series programs, Let There Be Love is free, but reservations are strongly encouraged.
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