This Way Yonder

ensemble theatre · cypress company · Ages 14+ · United States of America

world premiere
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MATTHEW ROBINSON certified reviewer June 09, 2019
A well acted, well directed and crafted show that drops you right into the world of these characters and hooks you into to their daily life as it reaches a crucial apex. I truly enjoyed the world I was in as you effortlessly grow to care for all of the characters; flaws and all. A strong and resonant piece.... full review
ELYSSA PHILLIPS certified reviewer June 24, 2019
I am so glad I came out to see "This Way Yonder". What a compelling script that is both real and raw - with subtle humor mixed in! The cast is really great and the leading lady - Marjorie - just SLAYS in that role. If I wasn't trying to see more Fringe - I would for sure see this again!... full review
JIM HANNA certified reviewer June 25, 2019
Monica Martin is rightfully adored at Fringe where she helps so many others realize their theatrical dreams. It is a goddamned joy to see her flexing her own skill and vision with her utterly engaging, precise and compassionate direction of a remarkable cast. Marjorie Knight delivers one of the finest performances at this year's Fringe with able support from a strong ensemble of actors, especially Omar Salazar. It's so great to see a solid, narrative play with out the bells and whistles of so many Fringe experiments. Just solid acting, writing and direction in one of the best productions I've seen this Summer.... full review
ANGELA BEEVERS certified reviewer June 25, 2019
What an amazing cast. Marjorie and Kelly had amazing chemistry up there as mother and daughter. This is a story I haven't seen before, you really feel the setting as the staging and sound and lighting design makes you feel as though you have entered a bayou! It's such a sweet and fun story, with some really great acting in the center. ... full review
MITCHELL BISSCHOP certified reviewer June 25, 2019
The show was beautifully crafted. I keep going back to this piece throughout this fringe and thinking about the way the whole play shakes out. ... full review
JENNIFER CHUN certified reviewer June 26, 2019
Full disclosure: I am not a 'certified reviewer' because I was slated to see another show, but I arrived too late to get into to it, and rushed over to This Way Yonder. But I'm so glad that I did. I was parked in a one hour parking space (the show is over an hour) and I didn't care. I thought the play was well worth whatever I'd pay in parking fines.... full review
CORWIN EVANS certified reviewer July 02, 2019
This piece lives in specificity. I will admit, I am suffering from frustration over the inability of certain folks in this country to acclimate to the toxic future they refuse to inhabit alongside us. To exist in a faded time and place, to discuss things about which I have little familiarity or interest, but to do so with earnestness and a deep sadness for their lack of ability to connect feels very much of this time in which you and I live. It is very interesting that this piece meditates on this. It seems as though life has passed by, and accelerates as it does so. To feel love so freely available in the context it was built drift blithely into the happening-to of fruitless circumstances is a palpable emotion, one popular behind the mask ... full review
MARNIE OLSON certified reviewer July 17, 2019
tagged as: funny · sweet · heartfelt · charming
A charming script by Montana Cypress, clean and lean direction by Monica Martin and a powerhouse performance by Marjorie Knight.... full review
LIZ KUMMER certified reviewer June 14, 2019
I am a sucker for adorable meet cutes, and this show had a SUPER adorable meet cute. Majorie really goes for it and I loved her work with this character. ... full review
CASSIE JORDAN certified reviewer June 14, 2019
A very funny, touching play that cuts to the quick and pulls no punches. It’s refreshing to a see a play that tells the truth even when it isn’t pretty! Loved the Southern Florida swamp crabbing characters. Each character was so specific, flawed and different yet relatable. They all were distinctly Southern in attitude, beliefs and cadence. There was not an empty moment even when there was no one speaking. Very moving! A great evening at the theatre!... full review