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” In this modern age, do our devices bring us together or tear us apart?From an elderly couple looking to “Spice It Up”, to “Hey Siri” malfunctions, “Love Me Tinder” explores dating with devices and relationships in this Chicago-styled musical comedy.The show schedule is as follows: * Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 8 p.m.To stay up to date on upcoming Heckle Her productions and show dates, follow Heckle Her on Twitter (@heckleher), Instagram (@heckleher), and Facebook (heckleherproductions).To connect with the cast or follow what other audience members are saying about “Love Me Tinder,” tag your social media posts with #lovemetinderatx.“Love Me Tinder” runs for six performances, with opening night scheduled February 10 at 8 p.m.In this high energy, comedy filled musical revue, “Love Me Tinder” asks, “What is love?“Love Me Tinder” features original music written by Brian Kremer, Ammon Taylor and the ensemble cast: Minerva Villa, Cene Hale, Jillian Summar, Brian Kremer, Chris Hatcher, David Nguyen, and Jared Robertson. Directed and produced by Adrienne Dawes, proud Austin #townie and graduate of Second City Chicago’s Core Writing, Musical Improv, and Conservatory programs.

Dating in the Digital Age with Love Me Tinder Love Me Tinder is an exciting new application of musical and sketch comedy about dating in the digital age premiering in Austin this February at Salvage Vanguard for 6 shows only.

Just in time for all your Valentine’s and Galentine’s editorial needs, Love Me Tinder is a SWIPE RIGHT for local musical & comedy event featuring a diverse cast of talented sketch comedy performers that are also musicians. Our late night performance of Love Me Tinder on Friday, February 12, 2016 10pm includes free beer (while supplies last).

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