Wasn't sure whether to post this here or in General Chat but am interested in people's thoughts.
As a straight guy in his late twenties who also happens to be passionate about musicals, I have to say it seems incredibly hard to meet any single women who share the same interest. It's a bit of a deal-breaker as they say, as it's a big part of my life. It would be great to be able to share my theatre-going experiences with someone special, but I'm beginning to doubt if she's out there!
Case in point, I have 2 tickets to see the wonderful Liz Callaway this Thursday, which would seemingly be a pretty good 'date night' but alas no takers. When I have also asked around my friends I am greeted with metaphorical blank stares as they have no clue who she is, not having anywhere near the same level of Broadway-geekery as me.
A few months ago I joined up with a local community theatre group but as is usual with these things outside of university, most of the members are in their 40s or older. Not at all a criticism as they are a lovely bunch, but I'm pretty unlikely to find girlfriend material in that environment.
All I'm looking for is the kind of girl who would equally enjoy a trip to Urinetown at the St. James or an evening at home with a bottle of wine and a Barbara Cook album . Please tell me there is some hope!
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