Two Motherfuckers on a Ledge

ensemble theatre · wisdom tooth productions · Ages 13+ · United States of America

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CRAIG WALSH uncertified reviewer June 06, 2017
I felt oddly pulled into and included in this play.... full review
ALEXANDRIA FILER uncertified reviewer June 11, 2017
Go and see this play! ... full review
BRET SHEFTER certified reviewer June 06, 2017
I'm glad I saw "Two [email protected]#ckers on a Ledge"--it was an impressive piece of theater. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys character-driven dramas of moderate-to-high intensity. Simple set, simple lighting and sound design, both appropriate: as primarily a character piece, the play didn't need more. Both performers were extremely talented, and both performances outstanding. The actors were given challenging characters to portray in a challenging situation, and they excelled. In fact, I think the performers rose above the material; I'm afraid the script was "not my thing." When the characters were interacting with each other it seemed very natural, and the occasional flashes of humor were very welcome, but when one character was ju... full review
ERIC LARKIN dwarf and giant, the official blog of the last bookstore, dtla certified reviewer June 05, 2017
An intense two-hander - with challenging thoughts on mental illness, heroism and father relationships... full review
SPENCER FRANKEBERGER uncertified reviewer June 06, 2017
Well-written, likable characters, and a complex story told in a simple way, it's a worth a look if you like ensemble drama with comedic undertones.... full review
ERNEST KEARNEY certified reviewer June 06, 2017
A take it to the bank Gold Medal!... full review
KEVIN MCGRATH uncertified reviewer June 06, 2017
A well-written piece that takes unexpected turns, and journeys from comedy, to tragedy, and concludes with hope for redemption and recovery. This insightful play is well-directed to showcase expert acting, that presents the audience with three dimensional, human characters. Make plans to see it!... full review
MAXIE SOLTERS uncertified reviewer June 07, 2017
Veronica and Ronn capture the essence of these characters beautifully. The intimate setting brings audience members into their world and the direction by Chris Game is simple but intriguing. The show kept my attention for the short hour and I was left wanting more!... full review
JAY AFRICA certified reviewer June 07, 2017
Two Motherfuckers On A Ledge is equal parts sincerity, humor, and insight. It has a touching message, delivered by heartfelt performances by Veronica Wylie and playwright Ron Johnstone. The one-act is a brisk hour long, moving through the topics of what it means and takes to be a hero and, eventually, how we can be heroes to one another. Far from pop-culture fluff, gems like this truly makes the Fringe experience worthwhile. See it!... full review
ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer June 08, 2017
Thumbs Up!!!!... full review