By Go Magazine
"Gold charms a restive audience with almost mesmeric ability."
— Village Voice
"Gold's show is a genuine mitzvah."
— Time Out New York
"The show is riotously funny and ultimately quite moving."
— Hollywood Reporter
"Judy Gold captures the audience from the moment she opens her mouth. She seamlessly weaves anecdotes from her own life with snippets from interviews conducted with 50 Jewish mothers across the United States. The result is fiercely funny, honest and moving."
— New York Times
“Judy’s humor shines from beginning to end!”
— Adaumbelle’s Quest
By Go Magazine
By Times Square Chronicles
All right, with the heat and the oppressive feel to the city “The Judy Show: My Life as a Sitcom,” was exactly what I needed. Laughing through most of the 80-minute monologue, co-written with Kate Moira Ryan and directed by Amanda Charlton, this is one funny show. I, too, grew up on the sitcoms from the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s and remember seeing Ms. Gold at the beginning of her career. Never has she been funnier.
By Los Angeles Times
How the Supreme Court’s rulings on gay marriage will affect comedy may not have been the first question on everybody’s mind Wednesday. But for the audience at Judy Gold’s one-woman show, “The Judy Show: My Life as a Sitcom,” at the Geffen Playhouse, it was a pressing concern. The show, an extended stand-up act written by Gold and Kate Moira Ryan and directed by Amanda Charlton, first ran in New York in 2011. Would the news change it?