Groups of Ten or More People tells the story of four students in the early days of a global pandemic, making a pledge to use their time effectively to better themselves: learning new languages, playing new instruments, writing new scripts. But, as the long hours pass in isolation, they each find themselves daydreaming about their special someones. Will they hold to their pledge to focus on productivity over romance? And how can they make a connection when the world tells them to stay six feet apart? Groups of Ten or More People is a light comedy to make you laugh, sigh, and wash your hands frequently.
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Windy City Times - Highly Recommended
"...So should prospective audiences regard this currently streaming comedy as a work-in-progress or the first chapter/pilot episode in a larger narrative? Should they wait to binge on acts one and two at the same time, or take a lesson from Shakespeare's youths and gather the roses now in bloom? The musical epilogue may promise to "see you in my window/when it's over/ever after" but in the meantime, where else are lovers chafing under their own solitary ideals going to be reminded that in love, honesty is the best policy, and that the fireplace nook at Lady Gregory's Pub is perfect for future romantic trysts."
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