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Yes. No. Maybe.

ensemble theatre · suttle dramas · Ages 18+ · world premiere · 80 mins · United States of America

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WENDY BAIN certified reviewer June 23, 2019
tagged as: high stakes · comedy · drama
Very naturalistic in writing and performances. Could easily imagine this as a movie. An updated/ gay version of Indecent Proposal. all actors were very well connected and believable. Especially likes the dance interpretation. Very well Choreographed Bravo to all ... full review
JASON JENN certified reviewer June 22, 2019
I enjoyed this show so much on all levels - the writing, directing, and acting was sublime - kudos to its creator Raymond-Kym Suttle - what a showcase for all involved. Without actually seeing it, one might say this was simply going to be a gay version of the movie Indecent Proposal, but it exceeds that concept in many ways and becomes its own unique exploration of humanity. Thanks to great writing it explores depths for every viewer to contemplate and plenty of wit to entertain and delight to enjoy the ride. Combined with excellent acting and directing, it shows what live theatre is capable of doing unlike any medium, and has moments with an almost transcendent poetry about it. ... 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
PAMELA HILL certified reviewer June 23, 2019
Entertaining, witty, and provocative! ... full review
JENNIFER CHUN certified reviewer June 23, 2019
Yes. No. Maybe. was My Dinner With Andre meets Indecent Proposal meets Burlesque. It was an evening of esoteric discussion about the choices we make regarding sex, our dreams, and our desire to connect with other human beings. ... full review
KEITH JEFFERIES certified reviewer June 24, 2019
tagged as: choice · provocative · sex · morality
Fabulous, provocative play. Great actors and well thought-out script, asking questions like, "Is morality for sale?" and "Should sex be considered a moral act, or a physical one?"... full review
NICHOLA FYNN certified reviewer June 17, 2019
A Brilliant well written play by Raymond Kym-Suttle! Excellently directed and the acting is outstanding by all the cast! A play that keeps you on your toes guessing what the initial outcome will be. ... full review
TERRY TERRAZONE certified reviewer June 16, 2019
Liked the premise. Great take on an old theme. Cast was great.... full review
ADALGIZA CHEMOUNTD certified reviewer June 16, 2019
It was relatable. We all have done things we know we shouldn't even add we're doing them. And we all have wished for the impossible even under crazy odds.... full review
KYLE TAGUE certified reviewer June 16, 2019
In a premise that could have easily veered into too broad cliché, Suttle delivers a compelling, nuanced ethical quandary of a play, one where the cold, uncaring demands of capitalism seemingly demand a total surrender of personal comfort and integrity. The script shines in finding tortured empathy in each of its characters, smartly avoiding the impulse to make its indie producer power player a sinister figure or the central couple members of the Hollywood exploited. Every member of the four-person cast shines, but Kelly Rook Daly in particular shines as a sort of show business Lady Macbeth. Raymond Suttle pulls triple duty as writer-director-actor, offering a heartbreaking portrayal of a man aware of his own vicious cycle but unable to break... full review