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16 Shows To See For Valentine’s Day No Matter Your Relationship Status

February 14, 2019 by Suzy Evans
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Single? Cool. Married? Cool. Dating multiple people? Cool (but also like, make sure they know). No matter where you stand on the love spectrum, we’ve got the perfect show for you to see this February. You don’t have to be struck by Cupid’s arrow to enjoy the quintessential Hallmark holiday with these shows across the country.

Chicago

The Golden Girls: Valentine Edition
The fab four are back and better than ever in this drag parody of the hit show. Enjoy this “never-before-seen” episode fully of love and drama!

All You Need Is Love
The Beatles + brunch = this love-filled one-night-only event. Enjoy the Chicago Philharmonic at City Winery on Feb. 17 for your Valentine’s Day weekend. 

Dances From The Heart
Dance your way into someone’s heart at Athenaeum Theatre’s Valentine’s show.

Washington DC

Daybreaker DC: Burning With Love
Day rave at this epic party where you can celebrate love in all forms. 

Seattle

Romeo and Juliet
See the classic story of two young star-crossed lovers who are kept apart by feuding families.

Daybreaker: One Love
Dance your face off with your date and feel gloriously healthy while doing so.

Rock of Ages
Spend a rockin’ night with this unforgettable ’80s rock ballad celebration.

Arsenic and Old Lace
Taproot Theatre Company presents the comedy about the eccentric Brewster family.

Boston

Romeo and Juliet
The ending aside, Shakespeare’s classic romance is pretty classic lovers’ fanfare. Check out the production at Huntington Theatre Company. 

Toronto

Mary’s Wedding
This love story set against the backdrop of World War II is one of the most-celebrated plays in Canada. 

Philadelphia

Bridges of Madison Country
See this passionate musical based on the beloved film at Philadelphia Theatre Company. 

The Love Experiment
Tongue and Groove’s improv show will have you laughing and potentially falling in love. 

San Francisco

Museum of Ice Cream
Have the sweetest date at the Museum of Ice Cream, where you can try so many tasty treats!

F*ck Tinder
If you’re in the mood to laugh, see this comedic storytelling rollercoaster by David Rodwin.

Missed Connections
See the comedy show based on Craigslist posts from SF’s hopeful, heartbroken, and high-strung.

The Speakeasy
Jazz it up at the immersive experience that transports you to a 1920s speakeasy.