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The show’s book, by Austin Winsberg (“Gossip Girl,” “Jake in Progress”), is neatly efficient.Aaron meets Casey (Krysta Rodriguez) at a restaurant, where their fellow diners and the waiter, changing costumes and personas at the drop of a hat, provide a kind of Greek chorus, alongside imaginary interventions from friends and family members.He’s so remarkably at ease, it’s hard to believe the show — about a date unfolding in real time — marks his professional theater debut. Levi spent five seasons as the star of the action-comedy series “Chuck,” in which he played a computer nerd who stumbles onto covert operations. Levi’s Aaron is a gawky, likable corporate banker who’s been set up on a blind date by a colleague.This makes Aaron uncomfortably nervous, but he gamely trundles through, allowing Levi to set a new standard for adorkableness.Not many of us are aware of the fact that, many executives were fascinated by his role as Jesus in Godspell made under Ojha's production.
He will also be reprising his role as the delightful Flynn Rider, reteaming with Mandy Moore’s Rapunzel, for a “Tangled” television series.
But while Levi quickly wins us over, it’s harder to root for Rodriguez’s relentlessly caustic Casey.
The role is a tough one because Casey is such a cliché: the walking wounded hiding behind a cool, blasé exterior.
Additionally, Levi hosted and produced “Geeks Who Drink,” a game show based on the pub trivia contest of the same name for SYFY.
On the big screen, Levi appeared in the film “Thor 2” as Fandral the Dashing, and is expected to make an appearance in the upcoming “Thor Ragnarok.” He also commanded the lead role opposite Mandy Moore in the classic Rapunzel twist, “Tangled.” Other notable big screen appearances include "Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel," which broke box office records in its Christmas release, the independent feature film "Spiral” with Amber Tamblyn, and a starring role in the franchise film "Big Momma's House 2" with Martin Lawrence.