Cue "Spanish Flea" 

Thursday, Dec 3 2009
Three single guys to every single lady, inane questions and answers, a potential but unlikely chance for romance: It sounds like the bar scene in L.A., but it's actually The Dating Game Show Live. In this re-creation of the classic TV game show, a blindfolded bachelorette asks questions of three eligible bachelors, ultimately choosing one to accompany her to the "Lovers Lounge" for a photo-booth session. While they're away, the actors play, improvising a first-date scenario until the couple returns with a verdict on their partner. Tonight's performance is a New Year's Special Edition, aiming to find one lucky lady a perfect match for the year to come.
Mon., Dec. 7, 7 & 8:30 p.m.; Sat., Dec. 26, 7:30 & 9 p.m., 2009

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