The Standoff

William Grayson lived an ordinary life with a regular job. When he’s abruptly fired, his world is turned upside down. Luckily, his best friend, John, finds them both a unique employment opportunity: jobs at an 8-year-old girl’s lemonade stand. This surprisingly lucrative business gives William a chance to escape his life of mediocrity. But the two friends soon discover that Little Susie may not be as sweet as the lemonade she serves to her customers.

Rating: 8.7. From 6 votes.
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William Grayson lived an ordinary life with a regular job. When he’s abruptly fired, his world is turned upside down. Luckily, his best friend, John, finds them both a unique employment opportunity: jobs at an 8-year-old girl’s lemonade stand. This surprisingly lucrative business gives William a chance to escape his life of mediocrity. But the two friends soon discover that Little Susie may not be as sweet as the lemonade she serves to her customers.

Reviews of The Standoff

  • New Musical Could Benefit by Better Direction

    I didn’t know what to expect when I walked into the Warehouse to see the new musical written by local young artists Quinn Joseph (music) and Connor Joseph (book and lyrics). I liked the music immediately – the four piece band began the show, giving the audience a taste of what was to come. Some of the lyrics were hit and miss but there were definitely more hits than misses, and there were enough gems in this 90-minute show to convince this reviewer of the writer/lyricist’s obvious talent and potential. For example: “Before she cuts your head off, I’d better head off…” was one of the more subtle play on words that made me smile. The show’s comedic component was somewhat juvenile, and it definitely could have benefitted  from tighter direction,…Read More

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Kathy Asseiro

Saw this show today and LOVED it! Creative, witty and funny. I laughed, I cried (well goose-bumped), it became a part of me! What a fun time with talented actors, singers, writers and directing. If you’re okay with a bit of adult language, this show is a must see. 🙂

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