Romance is the prize in Match Game, the new comedy ending its run Nov. 12 at Off-off-Broadway's Pantheon Theatre. Dan Meteliz directs the Joan McHale show which opened Nov. 1.
Over the course of the seasons and the lunchtime courses at La Cage de la Nuit, three women discover that love is unreliable and wonderful. As time goes on, the restaurant's maitre d', Henri, watches over the women as they come to understand passion at his intimate midtown eatery. McHale is also the author of The Last Wedding, East Wind, Ran and the children's books, "The Frog Prince Revisted," "Jim-Jim's Kite Tale" and "Kit T. Crowinshield."
Featured in Match Game are Luc Alder, Jennifer Dorr White, Kurt Elftman, Chris Fischer, Samantha Greenman, Mark Gray, Alicia Harding, Deborah Kym, Carl Monego, Connie Perry, Chuck Powers, Jeff Pucillo, Thomas Walsh and Joanna Wasick.
Richard Latta designed the lighting, Yoko Honda, the costumes and sound design is by Guy Sherman and Aural Fixation.
Tickets are $12.50. The Pantheon Theatre is located at 303 West 42nd Street on the 2nd Floor. For reservations, call (212) 966-9939. -- By Christine Ehren