the fun of the experience and the innovation of a dating app being used as a theatrical platform deserves attention and praise."

- No Proscenium

adapted from Marivaux’s La Dispute 

I’m So Hot is a parody of an interactive dating app and features participation from the user as well as video and text storytelling elements.


meET the team

Team Pics & Bios
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Hunter Canning (he/him/his) * as Prince

Tabatha Gayle (she/her/hers)  as Adine

Alyssa May Gold (she/her/hers) * as Egle

Ricki Lynée (she/her/hers as Hermaine

Will Sarratt (he/him/his) * as Azor

Schuyler Van Amson (he/him/his) as Mesrin




† indicates NLTP company member - click on name for more info

* indicates member of SAG/AFTRA Association

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Created & Writer Catherine Weingarten (she/her/hers)

Creator, Director, Producer William Steinberger (he/him/his)

 UX Designer & Engineer Vivian Belosky (she/her/hers)

Costume Design by Daricel Calcano (she/her/hers)

Sound Design by Carsen Joenk (she/her/hers

Press Representation by Matt Ross Public Relations

Co-Producer Pocket Universe

Pocket Artistic Director Alyssa May Gold (she/her/hers

Co-Producer The Tank 

Tank Artistic Director Meghan Finn (she/her/hers)

Tank Dir of Art Development Johnny G. Lloyd (he/him/his)

New Light Artistic Director Sarah Norris (she/her/hers

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our co-producers

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Pocket Universe is a New York City based theater and film production company dedicated to reconsidering and reimagining classic stories and conventions founded in 2017 by Alyssa May Gold. Its inaugural production of Julius Caesar set in an all-girls high school was hailed by the NY Times as a “radical take on the tragedy… with the capacity to take women seriously at heart.”  Julius Caesar was followed by Beaumont and Fletcher’s The Maid’s Tragedy set in just pre-#metoo Hollywood, a new spin on Romeo & Juliet retitled Juliet + Romeo and focused on a modern teenager reading the play for the first time, and an original rom-com-with-a-twist web series, “You Made it Worse.”  In immediate response to the pandemic, Pocket Universe introduced Pocket Universe Survival Club, a Zoom support group of people around the world who have gathered once a week since April 2020 to read, explore, and share stories of survival, resilience, and the strength of the human spirit in the face of disaster. Pocket Universe is a 2021 grantee of the NYSCA-A.R.T./New York Creative Opportunity Fund (A Statewide Theatre Regrant Program).



@universepocket //


Founded in 2003, The Tank is an Obie Award-winning, multi-disciplinary non-profit arts presenter and producer, which provides a home to emerging artists working across all disciplines, including theater, comedy, dance, film, music, puppetry, and storytelling. Led by Artistic Director Meghan Finn, Managing Producer Danielle Monica Long King and Director of Artistic Development Johnny G. Lloyd, The Tank champions emerging artists engaged in the pursuit of new ideas and forms of expression. In doing so the company removes the economic barriers from the creation of new work for artists launching their careers and experimenting within their art form. From the company’s home with two theaters on 36th Street, The Tank serves over 2,500 artists every year, presents over 1,000 performances, and welcomes 36,000 audience members annually. The company fully produces a curated season of 13-18 theatrical World or New York premieres each season. During the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis, The Tank has launched CyberTank, a virtual gathering space and programming platform for artists to share work. With weekly themed variety shows, ongoing series and evening-length shows made for the virtual frame, CyberTank has already presented the work of over 4,000 artists in over 500 performances to 20,000 audience members across the country and the world since March 17, 2020.


Recent Tank-produced work includes The New York Times Critics' Picks Taxilandia by Flako Jimenez (2021), OPEN by Crystal Skillman, directed by Jessi D. Hill (2019); Red Emma & The Mad Monk by Alexis Roblan, directed by Katie Lindsay (2018); and The Offending Gesture by Mac Wellman, directed by Meghan Finn (2016), as well as Drama Desk Award-nominated productions The Hunger Artist (2018), The Paper Hat Game (2017), the ephemera trilogy (2017), Ada/Ava (2016) and youarenowhere (2016). 



When everyone's insaneeely hot, who cheats first in a relationship? In this interactive girly app-daptation, a Prince captures hotties (like you) through a dating app to see who cheats first!! It’s like olden day French reality tv :p – where you can snap selfies and slide into DMs, too.


Available for download (and flirting) in the Apple and Google Play stores.


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