Emmy Award-winning writer and comedian, Monica Piper, stars in her autobiographical solo show about being Jew-"ish." More…
From growing up in a show business family and taking her first step onto a comedy club stage, to a WASP wedding and an "almost" night with Mickey Mantle, Piper shares the milestones and moments that have shaped her life. Using the same signature wit found in her writing for 'Roseanne' and 'Mad About You,' Piper takes the audience on a journey from innocence to individuality, reliant to resilient, sharing both humor and heartache along the way.
See it if You want an uneventful soft mildly funny show to pass the time. You are not tired of 70's&80's new feminist bio. all too familiar
Don't see it if You expect real hilarious standup intense laughter or really funny Jewish humor ala Joan Rivers, Rodney Dangerfield, or Catskills' style.
See it if You like to laugh & you like comedy. You like real stories & stories about being Jewish. You like hearing about life in NYC & LA.
Don't see it if You don't want to see a one-woman show. You're not interested in the life of a Jewish comedian / mother.
See it if you want to laugh and cry, and have a great evening. Monica is marvelous.
Don't see it if you don't like one person shows, and don't like to laugh.
See it if you enjoy watching a one act, one woman show about the life story of a Jewish stand-up comic and TV script writer
Don't see it if you don't enjoy cabaret style shows; the show has some nice moments, but it seems like one long stand up routine with a lot of punch lines
See it if You like watching a Solo show from an entertaining comedian who tells her life story with much laughter and a little sadness
Don't see it if If you prefer a grander show with entertainment value greater than listening to simple facts of one's life
See it if You enjoy listening to an autobiography. The highs and the lows told in an open and honest manner.
Don't see it if You want a fantasy. You don't want to hear someone else talk about their lives, warts and all.
See it if You are familiar with Jewish humor and traditions.
Don't see it if You are not familiar with Jewish humor and traditions and have no interest in them.
See it if You want to wax nostalgic about growing up Jewish in the Bronx in the 50's. Are feeling guilty because you don't go to temple.
Don't see it if You're under 50 and can still tie your own shoelaces and you don't have an aging parent with you.
See it if understand Jewish culture or want to understand Jewish culture. This is a very heartwarming and funny autobiographical short play.
Don't see it if you don't care about Jewish culture.
See it if You want to laugh a lot and shed a tear or two during this heart-felt autobiographical show.
Don't see it if You don't like comedy, autobiographical stories, or one-person shows.
See it if You're Jewish; you know at least 1 Jew; or you know that Jewish people exist in the world. You like a One-Woman Show. You like Jewish humor.
Don't see it if You don't like seeing one-person performances. You don't have a sense of humor. You like to see more traditional "Stand-Up-Comedy" Shows ;~)
See it if You like a well-written, well-staged solo show with plenty of funny lines and a meaningful storyline.
Don't see it if Solo shows don't have enough material to interest you and you don't like multimedia in theater.
See it if you're Jewish, not Jewish but enjoys a good kinish, or not remotely religious. Monica Piper is the comedian that you didn't know you knew.
Don't see it if It's a one-woman show. No musical numbers, not a stand-up routine. It's touching and profound and funny. Secularly in line w/ the title.
See it if You enjoy Jewish humor, enjoy a one woman show and value family relationships.
Don't see it if Are totally unfamiliar with the Jewish culture and are not opened to learning about it through heartfelt, thought provking comedy.
See it if you enjoy hearing the joy and pathos of someone's life told in an entertaining way.
Don't see it if you do not like one-person shows or cannot sit through a monologue which is sometimes very funny and sometimes quite sad.