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30 Dates - Toronto - June 2-12, 2010

30 Dates by Fenulla Jiwani celebrates its 2nd anniversary with performances at the Berkeley Street Theatre Upstairs in CanStage. 26 Berkeley St., Toronto. Shows June 2 thru 12 at 8pm, with two 2pm Saturday matinees.
A romantic comedy about the trials and tribulations one goes through to find the perfect match. The audience finds Priti on a quest to find her "one true love." She is hitting 35, her parents want her married and her biological clock is ticking louder than ever. Desperate to avoid an arranged marriage and her fear of being alone, Priti is on a dating race to find the most suitable husband!
Starring: Nate Callens, Gabriel Grey, Fenulla Jiwani, Shafik Kamani, Qasim Khan, Husein Madhavji, Danya Nearon, Patrick Whalen and Richard Young.
Tickets $23-$28. Call Box Office 416-368-3110


  1. "Chances are if you’ve ever been single and in search of a relationship than you’ve probably experienced the bawdy and yet beguiling world of dating. In a highly amusing and lively romantic comedy, 30 Dates will have even the cynic’s believing in love...Playwright Fenulla Jiwani’s well written and delightful anecdotes give audiences a one-hour and forty minute glimpse into the endeavors of finding that perfect match...This amiable and buoyant production benefits from its stellar ensemble."

  2. "30 Dates is really funny...we found ourselves laughing out loud several times at the variety of bad dates the main character, Priti, found herself on. Six actors take turns playing Priti’s 30 dates, and pretty much cover every bad or embarrassing dating experience you could imagine...Final verdict: grab some girlfriends and skip the line-ups at Sex and the City 2. 30 Dates says more about modern dating than Carrie and her Manolos."
    Mooney On Theatre

  3. "...a strong cast with the winsome charms of Ms Jiwani at the centre. She's an engaging actress and the script has many genuinely funny moments...she's aided by a octet of cute guys who fill out the various dates with a lot of energy, fleshing out the scenes into believable characters." Arts & Culture Maven