This is the final weekend for the show that has had crowds cheering since its debut last fall in an Off-Off-Broadway test run. The leap to the commercial run happened earlier this year, and a cast album is expected by late summer from PS Classics. Regional producers are interested in the property, so when it closes June 29, it won't be gone forever. Newcomer lyricist-librettist-composer Tim Acito created the show, which has a teen with super matchmaking powers at the center of a group of guys and gals trying to make sense of their hormones.
All tickets are $20 and are selling very fast, according to an Actors Fund spokesperson.
Performances play the John Houseman Theatre, 450 W. 42nd Street between Ninth and Tenth Avenues. For information, call (212) 221-7300, ext 133.