by Tamlynn Bryson & Kyle Kimmerly
Drawing Board Productions - Toronto, ON
V.2 - MTC Up the Alley 
Tess has never struggled with decisions... until her boyfriend Steve unexpectedly proposes. The next 10 seconds in her head expand into an epic and frantic journey as she determines the one word that will change the rest of her life.
4 1/2 STARS - Edmonton Journal
4 STARS "Majestic comic timing" - Onstage Ottawa
"Not a show to be missed" - Apartment 613
"Poignant and hilarious" - New Ottawa Critics
"Bryson is a delight to watch" - NOW Toronto

Tamlynn Bryson

Kyle Kimmerly

Show Info:
60 Minutes

Parental Guidance

Mild Language, Sexual innuendo

Thu July 20 8:15 PM*
*(2 for $12)
Fri July 21 11:30 AM
Sat July 22 6:30 PM
Sun July 23 1:00 PM+
Mon July 24 5:30 PM
Wed July 26 4:30 PM
Fri July 28 9:45 PM
Sat July 29 4:15 PM
+ASL Interpretation


Drawing Board Productions—MTC Up the Alley

This is the slowest 10 seconds I’ve ever experienced, seeing as the entire show covers the real-time span of 10 seconds. It’s also the fastest 10 seconds I’ve seen, packed with energy, execution and enlightenment. Bryson is a fireball as she evaluates the pros and cons of a marriage proposal. In marketing, we call it as SWOT analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats), as she bends the question through every conceivable angle. It’s a roller coaster rides that’s full of thrills at every curve, turn, rise and dip. After all that, what’s the answer? That’s the one aspect that was not covered in the analysis.

Ray Yuen

Drawing Board Productions

(in)decision—MTC Up the Alley

From the creators of “Bedwetter,” Tamlynn Bryson is back in another award-winning solo show.

About 1.2 seconds ago, Tess’s boyfriend proposed. Unsure what to say, she immediately calls an emergency meeting in her head. The show encapsulates the frantic and hilarious ten seconds inside her brain while she decides whether to say yes or no.

Only THREE MORE CHANCES to see this smash fringe hit!

“FIVE STARS – A gem of a performer in a gem of a show” -Winnipeg Free Press