A Blind Date, A Charming Cast

Theatre: 'First Date'
Rob Girardin and Emily Diedrich in “First Date.” Photo by Heather Boscarino

Theater is a fragile thing. More fragile still are musicals about 20-somethings living in New York City, being Jewish, not being Jewish, doing what’s expected of them, trusting romantic interludes, not trusting romantic interludes and brooding about life in general — and blind dates in particular. 

Well, “First Date” is about all those things, and the audience at the Goshen Players’ production ate it up.

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