"If you’ve been looking for
the perfect 'stay-cation' or 'holi-stay' to pull your family
out of the hot summer doldrums, make your reservations to
see the latest from Circa ‘21 today." read
rubynancy.com "this material threads
together a bittersweet and often funny collection of family situations,
ranging from the momentous to the utterly ordinary. The result
makes for a thoughtful, engaging and thoroughly enjoyable experience."read
"...not only is nearly everything
first-rate, but a first-rate surprise - Are
We There Yet? is
continually sharper, funnier, and more moving than you expect
it to be." read more...
"'Are We There Yet?' Is it,
y'know, funny? Oh yes. read more...
"Are We There Yet?" reminds the audience
that the question can never be answered until the journey ends.
But for two hours, Wayside Theatre offers a side tour on the
journey of life and reminds us to sit back and "Enjoy the
Ride." read more...
"It's so much fun. It's one of those pieces that's much better
on the stage than on the page. And it's good for all ages." read
"Every conceivable experience a family undergoes
is hilariously and contemplatively brought to life in 'Are We
There Yet?'” read
“You could call it the parents'
edition of I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change!ARE WE
THERE YET? Hits a lot of home runs for suburban moms and
pops who know the drill!” read
"During the 2004 presidential election,
Ray Roderick and his colleague James Hindman listened to all
the talk about family values, and they got an idea." read
"In the last number the cast sings 'It's
all about the journey so enjoy the ride,' an apt conclusion to
a show that took the audience on an enjoyable ride of its own. " read
"This delightful journey down the road
of life hits all the highlights, from senior prom, to childbirth,
blind dates, empty nests, aging parents, and what it really
means to be a family." read
"Acting can be the "Cats" meow.
But creating your own shows can be even more purr-fect. Just
ask Twin Cities native and Broadway veteran Ray Roderick." read
"...well on the road to being a successful
and entertaining musical review." read