"We Are Traffic: An UBER Adventure 2022"

Solo Show · the complex · Ages 18+ · United States of America

one person show
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DEBBIE JAFFE certified reviewer June 12, 2017
tagged as: thought provoking · funny · fun · interesting
This was brave and naked and honest and fabulous!... full review
BONNIE SLUDIKOFF certified reviewer June 16, 2017
I could have sat for at least another hour listening to this charming storyteller. I laughed a lot, cried a little- and have you seen his eyes? Jonathan expertly takes his riders on a memorable journey, slowly letting us into his heart in this refreshingly vulnerable and human one man play. The writing is lovely, smart but not high brow- the delivery is casual and intimate and you'll hang on his every word. Best traffic jam ever.... full review
SAM SHABER certified reviewer June 11, 2018
Johnathan is a high-energy, honest and poignant storyteller who took us on a journey - both literally and figuratively - through the jungle of LA. He paints vivid characters and real emotions that are still with me now. Go see this show! You’ll never look at a Lyft ride the same way again. :-)... full review
KATYA DUFT certified reviewer June 04, 2018
tagged as: entertaining · touching
As a regular Uber rider, I was very excited to see this show, based on how much weird stuff I personally encounter on my trips. To my delight, the author/performer turned even the worst of his driving experiences into positive lessons for himself. Not only we laugh or gasp listening about his adventures, but also feel for him and almost cry, when he sincerely talks about his relationships, fears, and self-doubt. The show is totally funny and entertaining, but also makes you think and look for examples in your own life. I strongly recommend seeing it.... full review
MAAT ATKINS certified reviewer June 03, 2018
This was an excellent story of how Ltft/Uber forcing us to become a whole community, flaws and all. Johnathan is a fantastic storytelling, very animated. This is an award considered show.... full review
TONDRA MOSLEY certified reviewer June 06, 2018
You are in for the ride of your life! It was a modern satire. A 58 min trip around the world of emotions, truths, and change of societal times. This solo act is definitely AWESOMERIFICALLY AWARD WORTHY!... full review
MIKE REYES certified reviewer June 04, 2018
tagged as: Lyft · uber · rideshare · one man show · story driven
Writer/Performer Jonathan Meyers is a masterful storyteller, rich and engaging get in his car and prepare for one of the best rides you can catch at this years Hollywood Fringe Festival. WE ARE TRAFFIC is bold, brave and courageous, this a leave all of your cards on the table type of show, that will both move and inspire you. Please don't miss out on this show. ... full review
CAT LACOHIE certified reviewer June 18, 2018
Thoroughly enjoyable and moving piece. From the moment you walk into the theatre you feel at ease with the performer and excited for the journey ahead. Johnathon Tipton Meyer eases you in with delightful and hilarious anecdotes before taking you into the darker areas of humanity - some i was thankful for the reminder, and others shocked that I had been so unaware. The piece really highlights how we should value our connection to, and faith in, each other and how even the simplest things in life can provide such joy and positivity. Thank you for the ride.. and y'know.. I guess I really SHOULD give Coldplay another chance .. ... full review
MIYO Y certified reviewer June 26, 2022
tagged as: touching · vulnerable · educational · funny
"Hun, what's your name? Miyo? Nice to meet you, Miyo! Have a seat." When I sat and buckled up, I already knew this would be a fun ride, a bumpy one! And it was! Jonathan's show was funny, educational, vulnerable, entertaining, touching, engaging...I was surprised how fast one hour flew by! ... full review
ELLIOT WHITE certified reviewer June 18, 2022
tagged as: CONNECTION · human · real · powerful · funny · Engaging
5 stars to this Uber ride! From the very beginning when Jonathan brings you into the theatre to start our “Uber Pool” of a theatre experience, you know you are in safe hands. Jonathan says it best in the play (I might be paraphrasing), “when you are in my car, you are as important as my family,” and I really felt that was the truth. Connecting parallels of his life experiences to the frustrations of Uber driving in a city that is growing further apart drove home an emotional point about who we all are as people. ... full review