"Internet Dating: The Musical" Sparkles...terrific choreography by Brian Paul Mendoza and sparkles under the direction of Annie Oelschlager.
In her playbill notes, director Annie Oelschlager comments on the lack of accurate fictional depictions of the booming phenomenon of courtship via computer.
Weiner provides a melodic underscoring to every bend in the road of Jenny’s journey to romance, often serving up underwhelming fragments whose melody lines seldom brave beyond the limitations of the diatonic scale.
It is a welcome contrast when Jenny’s mom (Suzan Solomon) is given a full production number (“Google You”) to get the lowdown on Jenny’s latest romantic sojourn with double-dealing Edwardo (Anthony Mannix subbing for David Eldon).
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Helmer Annie Oelschlager and choreographer Brian “BP” Mendoza provide inventive staging for Weiner’s over-saturated 28-number score, facilitated greatly by Mia Torres’ ingenious sets and the thematically evocative costumes of Danielle Morrow.
Weiner hits most of the highs and lows of Internet alliances, including cliche-ridden personality profiles, fictional essays, surreptitious Googling, misleading photos, wayward e-mail, prowling predators and a plethora of other danger zones that hamper protagonist Jenny (Ali Spuck) as she desperately attempts to conjure up a tangible lover and soul mate from the impersonal wasteland of cyberspace.
When the mother (Suzan Solomon) of Internet-cruising debutante Jenny (Ali Spuck) investigates the background of her daughter's new online beau, she searches the Google engine in a sassy ditty, "Google You." Inexplicably, it's about the mother's own quest for a sexual connection-at a most unlikely site for that purpose-rather than a data-gathering expedition.