Assisted Loving (Dating With My Dad)


Bob Morris


Play - Comedy


Two Acts


What would you do if your well-meaning slob of an 80 year old father dragged you into his search for new romance after 50 years of marriage? David, an impatient son and resolute bachelor learns more about love than he expected, and as his father’s wingman and screener, sees some things he’d like to forget. Based on New York Times contributor Bob Morris’ critically acclaimed memoir Assisted Loving: True Tales of Double Dating With My Dad, this heartfelt and hilarious tale of two men dating dangerously challenges contemporary notions of family, propriety and compatibility.



Assisted Loving

Casting Notes


Originally performed with 4 cast members


3 Males/ 1 Female


"Wry, observant and winning meditation on sex, aging, death and the urge for companionship... engaging, warm and witty storytelling."
– The New York Times

"Mercilessly funny."
- Vanity Fair

“Hilarious and touching...Thank you, Bob Morris, for your heartfelt contribution to the canon of father-son memoir!”
– Los Angeles Times Book Review

"Charming, poignant...filled with more than a few laughs."
- USA Today

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