Henry Steinken, left, and Maeve Devitt, as the roommate of the woman Steinken is pursuing, in dating comedy "Double Text" at The Public House Theatre.- Original Credit: Handout (Olivia Bagan / HANDOUT) Once upon a time, back in the analog days of the '70s, David Mamet gazed upon the mating habits of the young and single in his play "Sexual Perversity in Chicago," and in "Double Text," a breezy, enjoyably doofy look at dating in the digital age, playwright Olivia Bagan (who directs with Racquel Rizzo) gives that concept a 21st-century update.
" stage of flirtation, and their respective roommates are on hand to advise on and analyze — often quite badly — said texts, as well as the anxiety-provoking silence between texts.
RELATED: MOST READ ENTERTAINMENT NEWS THIS HOUROne of the key formulas of the rom-com is the easily-cleared-up misunderstanding that nevertheless is stretched out and belabored beyond reason.
Bagan includes such a plot twist here, but she is smart enough to resolve it almost as quickly as it's introduced because (cough) wisdom comes from the pals, played by Maeve Devitt (nicely acerbic and blazingly confident) and Jordan Pettis (as a spiritual cousin to all those meatheads who once found employment on "Jersey Shore").
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