Writer-Performer Ryan J. Haddad Has 1 Question On His Mind in His Solo Show

"Hi, Are You Single?" details Haddad's search for love (or at least sex) as a gay man with cerebral palsy.

Ryan J. Haddad in "Hi, Are You Single?" (Photo: Lawrence Moten)

One of the few silver linings for fans of theatre during this time is that some theatre companies are providing opportunities that would never have existed otherwise. Case in point: D.C.’s Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company’s presentation of solo show Hi, Are You Single?.

Written by and starring Ryan J. Haddad, who earned a lot of attention in the before times for his turn on Season 2 of The Politician, the show chronicles Haddad’s search for love—or least a hot fuck—as a gay man with cerebral palsy.

Directed by Laura Savia and Jess McLeod and originally developed by Laura Savia, the show will be available to stream February 1–28. Tickets are $15.99. To purchase a ticket and for more information, visit WoollyMammoth.net.

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