New play about computer dating at Ogdensburg Public Library for two shows Saturday
Thursday, September 29, 2011 - 8:48 am

OGDENSBURG – Friends of the Ogdensburg Public Library will sponsor two performances of “WWW.MATCH.WRONG!” a new play about dating in the computer age by local playwright Barbara Agarwal, at 3 and 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1 at the Freight House Restaurant.

There will be a special musical introduction performed by Carol Nelson before each show.

In the play, friends Pat and Robin, played by Jill Bruyere and Brenda Bryant-Morrow, are joining brainpower to help newly single Robin. Her profile on a dating website is not reducing the loneliness of her widowhood.

Pat, a divorcee with more computer and dating experience helps Robin spice up her online presence. Together they share some laughs and pain on the way to identifying what is really important.

All admissions proceeds will be used to support library programs and activities.

Lunch choices are Oriental Chicken Salad, Chef’s Salad, Reuben Sandwich w/FF, Cheeseburger w/FF, or Chicken Ranch Wrap.

For dinner, choose from Queen Cut Prime Rib, Chicken Marsala, Broiled or Fried Haddock, or Penne Primavera.

All meals include beverage of choice.

Tickets are $12 ($10 for Friends) and are available at the library, the Freight House, Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce, or from a Friend of the Library. Caution: contains adult themes and situations.

Reserve your lunch spot for $7, or supper for $17, by calling the Freight House directly at 393-9088.

For more information about this program contact 393-4325 or