Am I a Grownup Yet?

solo performance · grayson morris · Ages 15+ · United States of America

one person show
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STEVE TROOP certified reviewer June 13, 2015
What a wonderful show! Grayson takes us through some kind of dark, kinda scary times, but always does it with an amazing attitude and great wit that kept us all engaged throughout. She has that homespun girl-next-door quality that makes you instantly fall for her and root for her. Also, she uses puppets in a very unconventional way that is perfect for both the Fringe and her storytelling technique. I would without hesitation go to see anything else she might have to offer in the future. Thanks for a fun evening!... full review
PATRICK CHOU certified reviewer June 13, 2015
tagged as: Grayson · boyfriend · poor · rich · teacher · cancer
Wonderful story of an artist's struggle to cut through other people's expectations and acknowledge her calling. Grayson Morris is a true comedic artist.... full review
ABBY SCHACHNER certified reviewer June 19, 2015
greyson is an interesting storyteller... deep, yet funny... stand-up-ish yet artistic... it's like you're in someone very interesting's basement and listening and watching them share about their life. I'm not sure what path she is pursuing off stage, but I can only hope that she is testing the waters with her strengths, and I look forward to seeing a follow up show next year about some other topic. That being said, I did think there were many aspects about her show that were quirky and screenplay-able. All in all, this show is artfully done and different, I look forward to watching Greyson grow and find her thing, be fully herself, and just play! Cuz she's a fun person to play with!... full review
BONNIE SLUDIKOFF certified reviewer June 19, 2015
A sweet and delightful story told by an approachable and adept storyteller. Grayson is not only an actress, but a gifted artist who showcases some really fun and original elements ( shadowpuppets, cartoons, etc ) in her piece. I'd love to see these elements get more integrated as opposed to being shown in between long periods of storytelling, but I look forward to seeing what becomes of this solo performer as she continues in her journey! ... full review
ROBIN WALSH certified reviewer June 23, 2015
If you’re looking for a wonderful hour of storytelling, with added joys of whimsical shadow and toy theatre - then look no further than Am I A Grownup Yet! Grayson Morris has a great, unaffected charm that draws you in. Despite dabbling in puppets myself, I found the parts where she simply tells her tales to be the most engaging. As many of the other reviews, I can’t wait to see where she goes next - and to hear the stories she tells about it!... full review
AMANDA RAE TROISI certified reviewer June 25, 2015
tagged as: inspiring · creative · moving
Am I A Grownup Yet? is an incredibly inspiring, wonderfully creative, fantastically funny, and ultimately moving show. Grayson Morris has a natural likability and instantly sets the audience both at ease and attention as a storyteller. As a fellow 30-something single woman, I found so many moments where I wanted to shout out "yes!" in gleeful agreement at her spot-on observations of life. This show makes you think, feel, laugh, and perhaps even cry. If you get a chance to see this show, I highly recommend that you do so. I for one would like to see this show continue. A real gem! ... full review
RICHARD GRAVES uncertified reviewer June 26, 2015
I was utterly charmed, touched, and mesmerized by the performance of Grayson Morris. I did not want this show to end! Her intimate and moving autobiographical exploration should be recorded and placed in a time capsule as a perfect illustration of the world and existence many (probably most) Americans in their twenties and thirties are experiencing today. However, you don't need to be in this age group to appreciate this wonderful presentation. It will resonate with people of all ages. What happens in a time of new freedoms, and different norms, when people aren't compelled to live the way their ancestors did? How does one navigate this new world without a map? What if we're not content to simply settle for the "normal" life most humans have... full review