BWW Blog: Dates, Mates & Clean Slates - Final Blog!

Hey there B'wayWorld readers!
We've had such a blast blogging this month. Thank you for letting us share a little bit of our story with you!
Last night was a super fun night for Dates, Mates & Clean Slates! We were invited to participate in a night of comedy celebrating women who write and create. The event was hosted by the very funny and talented Brooke Jacob and Becky Whittemore of the web series Sitting On Babies. (If you haven't seen their show, you should! Check it out here: They screened one of our episodes, alongside nine other web shows created by women. Such. A. Great. Night. Here are our mugs on the big screen:

BWW Blog: Dates, Mates & Clean Slates - Final Blog!

Over the weekend we shot with David Hull (Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Really, Really, Book of Mormon, Wicked), who kept us laughing for hours. Talk about funny and good looking, imeanright?
To close this month of blogging out, here is a little sneak peek of clips from the upcoming season, featuring Natalie Hall & David Hull.
Thanks for a great month here on BroadwayWorld! Look out for our newest episodes which will premiere in June! For the latest happenings with Dates, Mates check out our website!
Happy dating!
Jules & Steph

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Guest Blogger: Dates, Mates Julie Lubeck (formerly Kotarides) and Stephanie Gibson co-star in the original web series Dates, Mates & Clean Slates. Julie is the writer and creator of the parody radio show, which revolves around two girls who give well intentioned but hilariously misguided dating advice to callers. A little about these two quirky ladies: They both toured the country with the first national revival tour of A Chorus Line. Julie most recently returned from performing at the Kennedy Center with Elf the Musical. Stephanie is currently making audiences laugh nightly as Gabrielle in Rogers and Hammerstein's Cinderella on Broadway. Other credits of Stephanie's include: Broadway's Addams Family (Morticia u/s) and Spamalot (Lady of the Lake u/s) and the touring production of Happy Days (Lori Beth). Film/TV credits include: The Union (Feature), You Must Be Joking (Feature), Person of Interest, Up All Night, All My Children, As the World Turns, and Guiding Light. Steph's other web goodies: "The Audition" (Claire), a Seth and Avi Short, and SNAFU (Svendolyn). Julie's favorite credits include: Surf! (World Premiere), The Boyfriend (Carbonell Nominee), Saved! (Playwrights Horizons Workshop), Miss Liberty (York Theatre), Awesome 80s Prom. She can also be seen in web shorts with The Kloons, the Antidote Chocolate web promo, is the face of Find Your Lobster and can be found in the audience of Wendy Williams. Their friendship is definitely one of their best credits.