San Diego CA— Where are all of San Diego’s single ladies? Beginning March 5 at 8 p.m., they can be found the first Saturday of each month featured in Finest City Improv’s newest show, A Single Lady: Love in Three Acts.
At each month’s performance, Finest City Improv will recruit a different, real-life San Diego single lady to share her dating experience with a crowd of strangers and embrace the role of being the only non-improviser on stage.
“Finding a modern-day Prince Charming isn’t a fairy tale, but at least our show makes for a good story,” said Founder and CEO of Finest City Improv Amy Lisewski. “While many may perceive San Diego single life as a sad story, we’re here to prove finding the one is a spontaneous and comical adventure.”
The show plays out in three acts: The Introduction, The Match and The Happily Ever After. The chosen single lady begins by unveiling her past relationships and reasons for living the solo life to get the show started. From there, the stage transforms into a modern version of a dating game where the bachelorette asks her faux bachelors questions to filter out her perfect match. Each performance promises to conclude in matrimony, whether it be tying the knot with a next door neighbor or a lifelong commitment to her Netflix account.
Join Finest City Improv at its cabaret-style theater in North Park for a night that the improv group vows will make dating fun again. A Single Lady: Love in Three Acts kicks off on Saturday, March 5, at 8 p.m. To purchase $15 tickets, click here.
To learn more and get involved with Finest City Improv, please visit www.finestcityimprov.com.