JUDY GOLD

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THE JUDY SHOW: MY LIFE AS A SITCOM

judy-playhouseYou’ll be the laugh track in Judy Gold’s hilarious show, THE JUDY SHOW: MY LIFE AS A SITCOM. In this hysterical homage to the classic sitcoms of the 70s, 80s and 90s, two-time Emmy winner Gold reveals everything that’s truly funny about her life through the lens of the sitcoms of her youth.


 

  • “Judy’s humor shines from beginning to end!”

    — Adaumbelle’s Quest

    Adaumbelle’s Quest
  • “HILARIOUS! Intimate, heartfelt… Gold manages to balance the pathos with the punch lines.”

    — Backstage

    Backstage
  • “REALLY TERRIFIC! Gold is a riot! ENJOY, LAUGH, LEARN AND CRY!”

    — The Village Voice

    The Village Voice
  • “A SOLID LAUGH-GETTER! Very funny yet heart-felt. GOLD IS DELIGHTFULLY ON THE COMEDY MARK!”

    — Curtain Up

    Curtain Up
  • “FUNNY & ENTERTAINING!”

    — Time Out New York

    Time Out New York
  • “Amusing, touching, warmly engaging!”

    — New Jersey Newsroom

    New Jersey Newsroom
  • “HIGHLY ENTERTAINING! Brash, buoyant, and infectiously nostalgic.”

    — New York Times

    New York Times

OUTER CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD (NOM) 2012

Outstanding Solo Performance for the Judy Show

Laughter Filled "The Judy Show: My Life As A Sitcom"

By Examiner.com

Solo performer, stand-up comedian, Judy Gold has brought her very funny one woman show to the Audrey Skirball Kenis Theatre at the Geffen. Her life was influenced, like all of us, by television sitcoms. Imagine this six foot three performer who reached her max height in her teens trying to fit into the average “sitcom” mold. Could she really be one of the “Brady Bunch”? Therein lays the humor. Judy Gold did not fit in. Yet, she kept trying.

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Theater Reviews: The Judy Gold Show

By Frontiers LA

Popular comedienne Judy Gold returns to the stage in her one-woman show appropriately titled The Judy Gold Show. Having grown up in the golden age of sitcoms, Judy was entranced by the portrayals of families that graced the screen and became a communal experience for audiences across the country.

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Melissa Joan Hart & the Love, Loss Ladies Savor an Episode of The Judy Show

By Broadway.com

It was chick night off-Broadway at The Judy Show on July 25, as three stars of another “girls’ night out” favorite, Love, Loss and What I Wore, headed downtown to see Judy Gold’s hilarious solo theater piece comparing her life as a sitcom. Appropriately enough, one of the celebrity guests was a real-life sitcom star, Melissa Joan Hart ofSabrina, the Teenage Witch, Clarissa Explains It All and other TV faves.

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Stage Door: The Judy Show

By The Huffington Post

Judy Gold is aptly named. She has mined her childhood angst for comedic gold, seen through the prism of classic 1970s sitcoms in The Judy Show, now at the DR2 Theater. A laugh-out-loud riot, it packages decades of Gold’s kooky, crazy and occasionally poignant memoir into a clever, insightful 80-minute production.

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Review: 'The Judy Show' explores the power of the sitcom family

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?

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