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This review has been pending for a while, but recently I finished reading Derick Rethans’ book: Date and Time Programming.

A first look at the topic (Date and Time) might get you thinking, “Why the hell do I need a book to teach me about time?

The show, directed by Jonathan Pennington, is a lot of fun, and seems like a good bet for date nights and bachelorette parties.

“Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating and Marriage” can be seen at p.m.

“Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating and Marriage” -- the title pretty much says it all.

The interactive show, which is in the middle of its run at the new Roxie Theatre, is full of advice on “how to gussy up your love life,” some of it purportedly culled from books from the 1920s, 1940s and 1950s. Those books are where self-trained relationship expert Miss Abigail (Kelli Grant), a widow who was inspired to embark on this particular career path after reading about the Brad Pitt/Jennifer Aniston breakup (She’s been at this a while.) gets her advice.

Grant, who imbues Miss Abigail with tremendous charm and warmth, does a great job with the interactive stuff, working the crowd well and playing off the audience nicely.

Charlie has left an unfinished manuscript about a movie star named Jack Huxley, and his agent wants Claire to complete it.

Jackson is a title that makes its training intent very clear: this is training about the period once things have gone awry. from both the perspective of the man and the woman.

regular Radziwill returns with a glib, comic, probably autobiographical novel about a young Manhattan widow looking for love in all the wrong places.

Her predictably gay friend, Ethan, sends her to a psychic, who warns her she will not find love for a year.

Her best friend, Sasha, who is also an alcoholic and as shallow as a leaky wading pool, sends her to a “botanomanist,” who tells Claire pretty much the same thing.