Do you have a high sex drive? Ryan does. He also has cerebral palsy. No, those things are not mutually exclusive. Join writer/performer Ryan J. Haddad on a roller coaster through New York’s gay dating scene, where the highs are high and the lows are lonely. Directed by Laura Savia, Hi, Are You Single? is an examination of intimacy, rejection, and judgment. But also Grindr, fabulous drag queens, and go-go dancers. Please bring an attractive male friend with you.
Ryan Haddad will be kicking off THE EVERYDAY project's set of performances with two runs of Hi, Are you Single?
Doors to Legends open at 5pm.
Guests should use the View Bar Entrance at 119 S Harrington St.
Shows are at 7 and 9 pm.
Guests of "Hi, Are You Single?" can hang out afterward free of cover-charge.
ASL Interpretation, Audio Description, CART and any other accommodation requests will be honored to the best of VAE's abilities. Contact Kyle Hazard to request accommodations to make your visit successful: firstname.lastname@example.org / 919.828.7834 "please leave a voicemail if we can't make it to the phone"
Legends Night Club has a limited number of parking spaces available, which are located at the View Bar entrance at 119 S Harrington St. None of the available spots are designated as accessible. Legends Nigh Club is surrounded by on-street parking.
A half block south, entrances to the Dillon Public Parking Deck are located on both Harrington St. and West St. Parking floors have accessible parking spots near the elevator bay. Entrance to the elevator bay does not have automatic doors. The entrance and exit to the elevators are located at the corner of Martin St. and West St. facing the new Union Station Pavilion and do not have automatic doors.
Legends Night Club has accessible paths through the entire space. The most accessible and closest entrance for the show is Legend's View Bar entrance at 119 S Harrington St.