After a great panel last month, we return to Mile Square Theatre to Monday night to tackle the hard questions about trying to find love in the modern age.
The Great Love Debate is a nationally-touring interactive theater experience for singles and others who love to dish about relationships! Guys are seated on the left, girls on the right, at this exciting, feisty, hilarious debate, where host Brian Howie sits down with some of our area’s most dynamic voices to probe the question, “What is it like to be looking for love in Hoboken and Jersey City in 2016?”
On Monday, June 27, the panel at Mile Square Theatre includes:
–Chris Manzo (Bravo’s “Manzo’d with Children”),
–Mike Goldstein (Hoboken-based dating coach and owner-operator of EZ Dating Coach)
–Jim Dodge (NYC Stand-Up comic and longtime bartender at Zack’s in Hoboken)
–Anthony Priore, (co-founder of the Elegant music group, Bride Tips on Instagram)
–Melissa Shepherd (co-creator and star of the popular webseries “Not Quite” on YouTube, which is about the non-adventures of two Hoboken women as they try to survive the mean streets of their overprivileged town)
–Virginia Einstein (Melissa’s partner on “Not Quite” and owner and operator of Meybird Creative)
–Michelle Lupo (artist and a new Hoboken resident who enjoys bold red wines, going on long runs and pizza from Napoli’s)
–Amanda Morrison (owner/operator of the popular Don’t Sit Home website).
Whether you are single, in a relationship, or been married for decades, this discussion can be illuminating and wildly entertaining. Grab a friend and head over to the beautiful new Mile Square Theatre space and feel the love!
Purchase tickets at www.milesquaretheatre.org
**THE GREAT LOVE DEBATE is recommended for adult audiences.**
For more info on the Great Love Debate tour and to listen to a podcast go to www.greatlovedebate.com.