|James Wilson takes a look at Sugar Daddy at SoHo Playhouse:
Stand-up comic and television writer Sam Morrison knows comedy. He has performed on "The Drew Barrymore Show" and has written for Bravo's reality television program "Blind Date." He also is intimately acquainted with grief. Jonathan, his partner of three years and with whom he had quarantined, died. Jonathan was just in his mid-fifties. Sugar Daddy, Morrison's one-person show now playing at SoHo Playhouse, brings elements of each genre to a form he calls "grief comedy." Unfortunately, comedy and tragedy, unlike, say, chocolate and peanut butter, are not always the perfect combination.