Yes. No. Maybe.

ensemble theatre · suttle dramas · Ages 18+ · United States of America

world premiere
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PAMELA HILL certified reviewer June 23, 2019
Entertaining, witty, and provocative! ... full review
WILLIIAM JOSEPH HILL certified reviewer June 24, 2019
Thought provoking, entertaining and provocative -- Raymond-Kim Suttle's play explores various themes of desire, consent, happiness and economic gain, all within the structure of a one-act. Witty and brilliant writing, well directed with fine performances from the cast, I was thoroughly engaged.... full review
JAMES SWEET certified reviewer June 25, 2019
Well-crafted, witty & insightful - highly recommended!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 27, 2019
I loved this show! It was thought provoking and relevant, and entertaining as hell.... full review
KELLY MULLIS certified reviewer June 28, 2019
This was a sexy scandal-fest and I loved it. The lead actor was so hot, as was the woman who played his wife. I loved the producer character. He was delightful! ... full review
LEA WALKER certified reviewer June 28, 2019
tagged as: Relationships · Love · economics · morality · sexuality
A whip smart, well written commentary on sexuality, morality and socioeconomics. This smart and funny one act will have you reassessing who you are or thought you were and where your moral compass lands - would you say Yes No or Maybe?... full review
VERONICA MACCARI certified reviewer June 28, 2019
What a treat!! Provocative, sexy, philosophical, touching and STILL relateable. Loved it.... full review
VICTOR SOTOMAYOR certified reviewer June 27, 2019
A tight and clever script that may be easily adapted into a movie script. What Raymond-Kym Suttle has written is short of amazing. ... full review
CONOR HANNEY certified reviewer June 27, 2019
tagged as: smart · Progressive · Dialogue
This was the best show I have ever seen at Fringe.... full review
DREW PETRIELLO certified reviewer June 09, 2019
An intriguing little dramady that explores boundaries in more ways than one. The show has a lot to say, and it says so very wittily and with superb acting - and without battering the audience over the head with the message stick.... full review