This show is for anyone who has dated, is dating or wants to date.
Since 44% of Americans are single (that’s 54 million people) and 40 million have used an online dating service; it’s time to laugh about it. Liz Grant headlines Dating Is Comedy at the Punch Line on Tuesday, July 15, 2014 at 8 PM.
Stand up comic Liz Grant knows something about dating. The twice-divorced San Francisco based comedian already had a treasure trove of dating material when she got hired to online date for a busy executive. Online dating is time consuming. One study suggested it takes fifteen hours a week to find someone to date online. Grant jokes “Fifteen hours a week? Apparently you should list online dating as one of your hobbies!”.
Grant, now dating a wonderful man” feels she can offer the audience both hope and laughs along the way to finding their mate. There will be her Do’s and Don’ts along with “reenactments of actual events”.
Since “singles events” are always a high pressure situation, Grant wants the night to have a feeling the intention is to create a feeling of camaraderie among the audience, “This show is for people who have date, are dating or want to date”.
Her highly rated one woman show, Deja Wince: Lessons From A Failed Relationship Expert, ran for twenty three weeks in San Francisco and primarily focused on her past while her current show focuses on “the state of dating”. She will be joined by comics Kimberly Rose Wendt (who recently reconciled that’s she’s actually a lesbian) and Chris Storin (a 30 something dude who has recently fallen in love).