They’re Back! Bay Theatre Company’s ‘Bad Dates’ Opening 1/10/14 at Chesapeake Arts Center’s Studio 194 Theatre by Janet Luby

After closing Bay Theatre Company’s West Street Annapolis location last spring and responding to fans demanding a staged production following a November 4th beyond capacity ‘Wine and Words at Chesapeake Arts Center, Bay’s Co-Founder and Artistic Director Janet Luby brings the One-Woman show Bad Dates, directed by Richard Pilcher.

Janet Luby, left, and Belinda Fraley Huesman are working together on the partnership between Bay Theatre and the Chesapeake Arts Center. The next event planned between the two organizations is a Wine and Words play reading at Chesapeake's facility in Brookland Park, scheduled for Nov. 4, at 7 p.m. Photo by Bud Johnson for The Baltimore Sun

Janet Luby, left, and Belinda Fraley Huesman are working together on the partnership between Bay Theatre and the Chesapeake Arts Center. Photo by Bud Johnson for The Baltimore SunPlace.

 

Playwright Theresa Rebeck’s Bad Dates is a fun show about Haley Walker, beyond age 40 and single again, entering the dating scene while trying to raise a teen, run a business, and evade past mistakes before they catch up with her.

Chesapeake Arts Center.

Chesapeake Arts Center.

Surrounded by clothes and shoes – classy, earthy, and dangerous, Janet Luby will introduce us to Haley, who is confident and competent while battling insecurity and black moods. Haley converses with the audience who seem like trusted friends who know her at her best and worst.

Luby promises an open mic for one person to describe a remembered bad date following each show.

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Bad Dates plays on:

Fridays, January 10, 17 & 24, 2014 at 7:30 PM.

Saturdays, January 11, 18, and 25, 2014 at 7:30 PM.

Sundays, January 12, 19, and 26, 2014 at 2 PM.

In Studio 194

Tickets are $24 + a $4 surcharge and can be ordered online.

Tickets to this show would make a great gift guaranteed to chase the post-holiday blahs.

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Purchasing tickets to Bad Dates is also an investment in the arts that will provide major dividends. Gift tickets not only give entertainment but give recipients the adventure of discovering an exceptional nearby performance venue. Substantial ticket sales will underscore Bay Theatre Company’s loyalty to Anne Arundel’s most prestigious theater company.

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