What Are You Looking For?

. March 3, 2015.
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While a personal ad in the newspaper isn’t the most romantic gesture, Val—a single, middle-aged nurse—isn’t sure what else to do. She is looking for love and is having a hard time finding it. When Andy finally responds to her ad, they meet each other, and find that they both brought a friend for moral support. Looking is a romantic comedy sure to keep audiences laughing.

$16/adults, $14/seniors and students.8pm, Fridays and Saturdays March 6-7, 13-14, 20-21. 8pm, Thursday March 19. 2pm, Sunday March 15. The Village Players, 2740 Upton Ave. 419-472-6817. thevillageplayers.org  

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