He was called "warmly funny and convincingly neurotic" as Mendel by the New York Times, and The Hollywood Reporter said "Uranowitz is a worthy successor to the wonderful Chip Zien in the original production.He flirts with the stereotypical view of a Jewish therapist only marginally less messed-up than his patients, while also finding the truth in a compassionate man who has to convince himself of his right to be happy".I was/am quite capable of looking after a house and three kids (including cooking and laundry) but for some reason, the ladies had the idea I was looking for a housekeeper/babysitter... Chris V said "Trust me, it's not just guys who "run for the hills" when kids are involved.I was/am quite capable of looking after a house and three kids (including cooking and laundry) but for some reason, the ladies had the idea I was looking for a housekeeper/babysitter... Its very hard to find someone if u don't go to bars or don't seem to get out.(Keep in mind that I'm just guessing about that, not ever having accomplished the feat of feeling comfortable with myself whatsoever.) Good luck on your journey, and enjoy the ride.... Also really wondering about what guys think of single moms...they run for the hills at the first mention of kids??
in fact, I went on a few dates with a couple of single moms over the past couple years. I guess the only thing we can do is try and hope for the best. that might be a start, you would have something in common right away. I find it hard to find places in brandon to meet people too. Don t worry you find someone when you least expect it.Well feeling comfortable is a feat, but finding someone to attempt to feel comfortable with is an even bigger feat. Finding someone close to my age.doesn't want to drink his face off all the time, and doesn't mind a woman with a child. Also really wondering about what guys think of single moms...they run for the hills at the first mention of kids??I know this is not for everyone but I would hope that it would still be an option for some guys out there!Of Uranowitz's contribution as part of the ensemble cast in the Julius Shulman's 1998 production The Broadway Kids Sing Broadway, The New York Times wrote he "was a testament to youthful enthusiasm and lung power".