Looking

by  Norm Foster

Full Length Play, Comedy  /  2m, 2f

"A winning, witty script that audiences will find difficult to resist." - London Free Press

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  • Cast Size

    Cast Size

    2m, 2f
  • Duration

    Duration

    120 minutes (2 hours)
  • Accolades

    Accolades

    Not Applicable
  • Audience

    Target Audience

    • Adult

Additional Info

From one of Canada’s most popular playwrights comes this hilarious comedy. Val is an O.R. nurse, Andy is in the storage business, Nina is a police officer, and Matt is the host of a morning radio show. They’re middle-aged, single, and looking. Val agrees to meet Andy after answering his personal ad in the newspaper, and Nina and Matt are coaxed into joining their friends for support. What follows is hilarious, touching, and so very true to life.
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Reviews

"Worthy of Broadway. Norm Foster's never been funnier, warmer, sweeter and more wildly romantic." - Hamilton Spectator

"A winning, witty script that audiences will find difficult to resist." - London Free Press

"Touchingly funny." - Port Stanley News

"Foster at his witty best." - Sarnia Observer

"One of (Foster's) best and most enduring and endearing plays." - St. Thomas Times Journal

Considerations

Performing Groups

  • Community Theatre
  • Dinner Theatre
  • Professional Theatre
  • Large Stage

Cautions

  • Caution Mild Adult Mild Adult Themes

License details

  • Minimum Fee: $75 per performance

Production

Details

  • Time Period: Contemporary
  • Duration: 120 minutes (2 hours)
  • Setting: The present. A tennis club.
  • Additional Features: Not Applicable
  • Features / Contains: Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes

Music

  • Musical Style: N/A (Not a musical)

Casting

2m, 2f
ANDY
MATT
VAL
NINA
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Casting Notes

All characters are in their mid-forties to early fifties.

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Authors

Norm Foster

Norm Foster

Looking was first produced at the Victoria Playhouse in Petrolia, Ontario, in June 2005. It was directed by Brian McKay.

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