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  • Scott Sickles:
    13 Jul. 2019
    I have to admit that, while Angela's moral stance is a little Shakey, she brought up some fair points about dating, rejection, fragility and mercy. Hayet's Date with Death works on so many levels - from what men expect and what that means to women, what people will put up for a chance at romance, the value of human existence be it with lovers, friends, or coworkers - and it's absolutely hilarious on every one! Lots of belly laughs and great roles for three actors with deadly deadpans.
  • Cheryl Bear:
    3 May. 2019
    This is so funny! The audience will absolutely love this date, I know I did.
  • Steven G. Martin:
    7 Nov. 2018
    Hayet's Date with Death has a jaw-dropping situation and action, and his dialogue provides some seriously dry humor that'll shock audiences for a moment before they laugh out loud. This would be terrific to produce in any event, including a romance- or Valentine's Day-related festival.
  • John Bavoso:
    6 Oct. 2018
    A very fun and funny short comedy that gets to the heart of how horrible dating is for the conflict-averse. I can see a cast and director having a great time with this one!
  • Sharai Bohannon:
    26 Sep. 2018
    This is the perfect dark comedy for a festival or anthology. It's smart, it's fun, and also brings up this problem we have with the word no (and the problem that is dating culture as a whole). This might be my favorite play from Hayet yet.
  • Asher Wyndham:
    25 Sep. 2018
    This is some sick, twisted, creepy fun! When you think it can't get anymore strange, it does -- and that makes it funnier. This will be a laugh out loud entertainment for your audience. Seriously consider this for your November short play showcase. College theatre artists, connect with the playwright!
  • Rachael Carnes:
    25 Sep. 2018
    AAAAAhhhhhhhgggle flabble am I glad I'm not dating. Hayet hits this one out of the park: Pithy and punchy, this hilarious short would be a whimsically dark contribution to any festival.
  • Rachel Bublitz:
    25 Sep. 2018
    I love a good twisted dark comedy, and this short play delivers on the macabre. The choice to make all the characters have nonchalant attitudes about the murders is comedy gold as well. All around, a really solid short.

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