Have you ever met someone that you really liked? Someone in whom you saw some serious romantic potential? Did you go for it, or did you stop yourself? Were you afraid of being hurt? Were you so afraid of what *might* happen, that you didn't let anything happen at all? These are some of the topics we touch on in the very sweet, incredibly disarming production of Phoenix that opens one week from today!
Starring Samer Ajluni (Dr. Miranda, Death and the Maiden) as Bruce, and Tricia Turek (New to the Matrix stage!) as Sue, this production might just make you think twice about stopping yourself before you even get started.
|Samer Ajluni as Bruce and Tricia Turek as Sue in |
Scott Organ's Phoenix, opening March 1st at Matrix Theatre!
A few days ago, we posted a letter addressed to "Dear Abby," written by Bruce. We put it up here and on our Facebook page, and got some really great responses! Today, it's Sue's turn. Take a look at what she has to say, and then add a comment with your advice for her! And when you're done with that, head on over to our website to reserve tickets - or better yet - purchase tickets to see this light, funny show! (Also, it'll run right around 90 minutes in length, so it's the PERFECT opportunity to grab dinner or a couple drinks after the performance! Looking for some suggestions on where to go? We'll be happy to help you out with that when you reserve your tickets! 313-967-0599)
I met a guy in a bar four weeks ago, and we really hit it off - so much so that we ended up spending the night together. I enjoyed his company very much but have not been in touch with him since. I travel a LOT for work, which it makes it extremely difficult to be in any type of relationship. I just didn't want to get his hopes up. However... I just discovered that I am pregnant. It is definitely his. He thinks he is unable to have children. Do you think he deserves to know that he can? Do I owe that to him?
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