Flyover State

ensemble theatre · pink house productions · Ages 13+ · United States

world premiere
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NATHALIA FAGUNDES certified reviewer June 07, 2014
tagged as: Flyover State
If you're looking for a show that provides laughter, a well written story, and great acting, Flyover State is for you. I highly recommend! This play has heart, and it will steal yours. ... full review
PAULINA MICHAELS certified reviewer June 07, 2014
An amazingly written play, that touches your heart and your soul. The performances were absolutely wonderful!... full review
STEPHANIE PUSHAW uncertified reviewer June 08, 2014
If good art is supposed to transcend the individual experience in order to communicate something fundamental to the human spirit, Flyover State is not only good, it is great. What begins as a domestic black comedy subtly morphs over the course of the show into a surprisingly tender, wry, compassionate and hilarious examination of the tangled webs we weave and the many reasons we find to bother untangling them instead of walking away. A moving and affecting show, highly recommended. ... full review
ALAN KAPLAN uncertified reviewer June 14, 2014
tagged as: Ozarks · comedy · Darkness · Alcoholism · Love · Surprises
Sarah Tither-Kaplan and her excellent cast have contributed immensely to this year's Fringe festival by bringing us a finely written original exploration of a world that few of us really know but that we all inhabit. There are no cliches here, only richly drawn and engaging characters that inspire unexpected laughter and moments of reflection in all of us. Sarah is ready for her close up.... full review
NEMO SCRAPER uncertified reviewer June 14, 2014
tagged as: magnifico · witty · fun · heartfelt
Dont miss this witty, emotional, fun, spontaneous and original production. Its inspiring to watch Sarah Kaplans growth in her work and I look forward to seeing Flyover State again and so should everyone who loves to watch talented actors delivering their lines in the very heart of Hollywood. Hats off to you Alan Kaplan .. magnifico ♥... full review
MAXI HEPFER certified reviewer June 14, 2014
A well-written play with great characters and the perfect balance of drama and humor. Really well done!... full review
CHRISTINE CUDDY certified reviewer June 14, 2014
The play was very well-written and engaging; the characters were well-drawn and fully-developed. The character of Alice was especially multi-layered and endearing. Sarah Tither-Kaplan did a wonderful job of bringing her to life. The other performances were also excellent. All in all, an enjoyable evening at the theatre, highly recommended to all.... full review
RICHARD FISCHOFF certified reviewer June 14, 2014
Well written seriocomic character studies of damaged and blighted lives.... full review
JOVAN THOMAS uncertified reviewer June 18, 2014
Amazing writing, amazing acting., It was an all around lovely performance., It brought me to a range of emotions, laughing, crying, anger. It was Great! Sarah is a genius.... full review
WENDILYN EMRYS certified reviewer June 28, 2014
As Playwright and Co-Director of “Flyover State”, Sarah Tither-Kaplan has crafted a well written and poignant play. That is not to say it is morose. Albeit there are some achingly painful moments, it is filled with witty, wry, self-deprecating, and often pointed humor. The writing is tight, so often with first run plays, they can easily lose a couple of pages of dialogue, but “Flyover State” is deftly and tightly done. The acting is of such depth, creativity, and commitment that it was often a revelation. Sarah’s character, Alice, is transformational. The other Co-Director, Keith Boos, plays a very interesting character, Clete. Clete at first comes off as a right wing wacko military veteran, but as the play progresses we appreciate ... full review