Directed by Academy Award nominee Chazz Palminteri, the show surrounds Fogel and his struggles with romance. He is an eternal bachelor, having suffered from major commitment issues. Now, the love of his life has just broken up with him on Valentine’s Day. Sensing his own mortality, he takes the audience on a journey down memory lane by expounding on many of his romantic disasters.
Fogel introduces us to his evil step-mom, Eva, exes Elena and Tanya, his five-times-married buddy Sal and his college roommate and “marriage veteran” Harold, who gives Peter dating advice even though he hasn’t dated since “Madonna was a virgin!”
Leland Stein, co-owner of The Regent Theatre, said: “Peter’s a gifted comedian/actor, and our audiences really have taken to his past performances. So, we thought, what better time to bring in his show about the absurdities of love, marriage and commitment than on Valentine’s Day weekend?”
Opening for these shows will be multi-talented singer-songwriter Steve Spector of Hopkinton and the world-class Violingrrl performing some of their favorite romantic cover tunes and original songs. Spector and Violingrrl have performed at top venues across New England, and boast a large and growing loyal following.
Young or old, divorced or married, if you’ve ever been single and want to experience the feeling of finding that special person to spend the rest of your life with (again), then you’ll want to fasten your seat belt for non-stop laughs.
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