Audience: Scot Shamblin
A proposal of what does sexual orientation actually mean on the surface, ‘Yes. No. Maybe.’ is a deeper piece of work wherein the language is current and the subject is vital. As our society begins to truly break down the barriers erected by generations past, a whole world of problematic issues is refined by a fine focus here with a married couple not afraid to bare who they are to each other, and us, but why when they are presented with an unorthodox solution to their millennial predicament. The characters are three dimensional, the dialogue is sharp and the heart invested by cast and audience alike is more than sweet.