Apartment 3A is where Annie moves after a bad breakup. She works at a public television station where she gets in trouble during a pledge drive for saying Big Bird will die if they don’t get enough donations. Also, her older neighbor keeps wandering into her apartment uninvited. The neighbor has a lot of live and love advice for her.
A very interesting scene takes place where she is on a lunch date with her coworker and the audience sees her talking to her neighbor about it simultaneously. It leads to very funny moments as she reacts politely at the lunch, but then explains how she was really feeling to her neighbor. The acting here is very good. All the characters are very likeable and fun and a pleasure to watch.
The music choices are a bit out of place to end each act. “Let’s Get It On” by Marvin Gaye plays to end the first act. It sharply contrast the mood and just comes off as tacky. To end the play, a Goo Goo Dolls song plays that is also very unfitting. Other than these songs, the production is solid.
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