Who says being “Single” can’t be fun?

The award winning, critically acclaimed off-Broadway comedy hit, Single Black Female, is coming to Toronto’s George Weston Recital Hall. The show, which has already enjoyed a successful run in the states, is a sassy, provocatively funny, two woman play about relationships.

The audience will enjoy listening to these smart, sexy characters who know a lot about looking for “Mr. Right” in all the wrong places. Producer/actor, Janel C. Scarborough, talks about the play’s buzz, “It’s about two women who have opposite personalities, yet are still each other’s best friend. They have a Yin and Yang connection. As the story unfolds the different characters in their lives come to life.”

The play has a universal appeal because it’s a collection of conversations women whisper and men love to hear. Janel adds, “Although it’s hip and light-hearted, the core message is of love and acceptance … mixed in with moments that will make you laugh.” So don’t miss this limited engagement.

And ladies … if you really want to have fun, enter the “Dating Game” at the Single Black Female play website for a chance to win prizes. All you have to do is write a personal ad. The lucky winner will be announced at the opening on Saturday, March 13, 2010.

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Play dates at the George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge Street at Sheppard
Sat. March 13 – 8pm
Sun. March 14 – 5pm
Fri. March 19 – 8pm
Sat. March 20 – 5pm
Sun. March 21 – 5pm