Two M@therf#ck*rs on a Ledge

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Reviews: 7

Allyn has nothing to lose; Mattie stands to lose everything… if she can't talk him down. A patient with a hero complex jumps onto the ledge of his therapist's 5th floor office window, forcing them both to answer some hard questions about who they've chosen to become, and what it means to be a hero.

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In this era of video game inspired cinema, Kardashian-mania, and rampant Trump tweets, any flicker of intelligence or hint of gravitas is like an ice cold soda-pop after wandering in the Sahara for a month with nothing for sustenance but sand sandwiches sans the “wiches.” In spite of a ferociously inappropriate title, "Two M@therf#ck*rs on a Ledge" is, nevertheless, a treat for those whose grey matter is still supple and functioning.

sweet - Ernest Kearney - www.thetvolution.com - ...read full review


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The actors were skilled, engaging, and commanded the stage. The script was moving and heartfelt. The provocative subject matter hit home for me. Two thumbs up!!

sweet - debi jo


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This play has heart, humor, and wit. Incredibly nuanced performances from both actors, with a wonderfully unique relationship, story, and dialogue. I was hooked from the beginning. Bravo to everyone involved!

sweet - Lisa Ermel


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I really liked the female lead, she had a grounded and powerful performance. The male actor was really specific with the characters mental disorder and has a great transition. I was surprised for a one location, two person show how engaging it was. The play was an interesting discussion of the heroes journey in our day and age through the lens of Super Heroes. If you're into comic books, you'll like this one!

sweet - Stacy Snyder


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This show has a way of reinstilling faith in humanity while excepting it's and our own flaws. It speaks to grief, loneliness, and searching for understanding of one another. This piece helps remind us that while we all lead different lives, views, and values, we are all in good company as just a bunch of motherfuckers on a ledge.

sweet - Jo Crandall


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The dialogue was concise and the actors delivered the story beautifully. Everything was very specific and you really got to know the characters. I think most people will find a lot to relate to. 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!

sweet - Maxie


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A wonderful script, excellent performances, and solid direction keep two characters in a single location utterly engaging. 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!

sweet - jayafrica


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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!

sweet - BardFan-Actor


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In this era of video game inspired cinema, Kardashian-mania, and rampant Trump tweets, any flicker of intelligence or hint of gravitas is like an ice cold soda-pop after wandering in the Sahara for a month with nothing for sustenance but sand sandwiches sans the “wiches.” In spite of a ferociously inappropriate title, "Two M@therf#ck*rs on a Ledge" is, nevertheless, a treat for those whose grey matter is still supple and functioning.

sweet - Ernest Kearney - www.thetvolution.com - ...read full review


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The actors were skilled, engaging, and commanded the stage. The script was moving and heartfelt. The provocative subject matter hit home for me. Two thumbs up!!

sweet - debi jo


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This play has heart, humor, and wit. Incredibly nuanced performances from both actors, with a wonderfully unique relationship, story, and dialogue. I was hooked from the beginning. Bravo to everyone involved!

sweet - Lisa Ermel


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I really liked the female lead, she had a grounded and powerful performance. The male actor was really specific with the characters mental disorder and has a great transition. I was surprised for a one location, two person show how engaging it was. The play was an interesting discussion of the heroes journey in our day and age through the lens of Super Heroes. If you're into comic books, you'll like this one!

sweet - Stacy Snyder


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This show has a way of reinstilling faith in humanity while excepting it's and our own flaws. It speaks to grief, loneliness, and searching for understanding of one another. This piece helps remind us that while we all lead different lives, views, and values, we are all in good company as just a bunch of motherfuckers on a ledge.

sweet - Jo Crandall


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The dialogue was concise and the actors delivered the story beautifully. Everything was very specific and you really got to know the characters. I think most people will find a lot to relate to. 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!

sweet - Maxie


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A wonderful script, excellent performances, and solid direction keep two characters in a single location utterly engaging. 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!

sweet - jayafrica


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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!

sweet - BardFan-Actor