"Frothy and fun, the musical revue
Are We Almost There? whisks the
audience away on a light-hearted joyride.  This 70-minute show never
lags for a moment and delivers two dozen delightful songs. Fun lyrics,
merry melodies and high-energy performances.  Rhyming couplets
flow effortlessly from Bobrow. He knows how to fashion a tune,
balancing good cheer with just a touch of cynicism. Savvy
observations! Writer Bobrow also directs with a fine sense of comic
timing, pushing the show along at a high-spirited clip." -
San Francisco
Bay Times

"Morris Bobrow's musical revue, Are We Almost There? has the
audience on a roller-coaster of funny, clever songs." -

"Are We Almost There? isn't afraid to explore the underbelly of tourist
life.  A hilarious account of the 'other' side of travel."  -

AOL's Pick as a best bet in Bay Area entertainment - "Extra worthy of
our seal of approval." -
AOL Weekender

"Fast-paced, beautifully performed and full of laughs, perfect for the
whole family.  It's really worth the trip!"  -

"A whimsical whirlwind! Add Are We Almost There? to your theatrical
itinerary."  -
San Francisco Bay Times

"Cancel your reservations. Sit back and laugh your way to paradise!  
Loved it."
Roger Rapoport, co-editor of I Really Should Have Stayed

"Bobrow has a keen eye for extracting humor from some of the most
mundane and common experiences in life.  It leaves one wishing we
had not come home so soon.  Such creative insights into everyday
human behavior are all too rare."  
-San Mateo County Times

I was thoroughly entertained. It was fast-paced and exquisitely
performed and full of laughs.  It was loaded with fun lyrics, merry
melodies and rhyming couplets. Morris Bobrow cleverly wrote the
music, lyrics and sketches." -for all Events

"The funny revue (by Morris Bobrow of 'Shopping' fame) is packed
with comic songs about the fun and foibles of travel, from group tours
to packing to short-term rentals." -San Francisco Examiner

Are We Almost There? The Travel Musical is a rip-roaring musical
adventure that anyone who's ever gone anywhere will relate to.