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 To see a heartwarming and quite funny one woman show. Monica Piper does a great job depicting all the characters. Second half very strong.
Don't see it if You don't like one person shows about someone's life story.
See it if You love to laugh as Performer/Writer Monica Piper unravels her life story in 1 1/2 hours of great storytelling.Everyone can relate.
Don't see it if You dislike solo auto-bio shows and some Jewish tinged humor. You refuse to be happy.
See it if You like one person performances. You like to hear a great story. You like to laugh. You want to be entertained and smile a lot
Don't see it if You don't like one person performances. You don't like to hear a good story. You don't want to laugh
See it if you love autobiographical stories that are hysterical & heart warming about what exactly it means to be Jewish growing up & through out life
Don't see it if you are not a fan of one person autobiographical stories
See it if Want something light, comical and autobiographical. Overall, a heartwarming story; you feel the love. Grandma was very wise.
Don't see it if You do not like one person or autobiographical shows.
See it if you would like a good laugh. The show was funny and Monica did an amazing job of making you feel as part of her journey.
Don't see it if you do not want to see a 1 person show and you do not want to listen to a personal story. If you have no sense of humor.
See it if you enjoy heartwarming one woman shows dealing with life as a Jew and a woman. Ethnic humor abounds in this silly yet thoughtful play.
Don't see it if ethnic humor isn't your thing, or you don't like a monologue style of presentation. Monica Piper delivers in this autobiographical show.
See it if You like one person, autobiographical stories with ethnic themes. Don't need to be Jewish or speak Hebrew to understand the jokes/references
Don't see it if Its not Billy Crystal's 700 Sundays caliber story, but it's a harmless 1 1/2 hours... Not hilarious, but amusing enough to invest the time
See it if you'd like to watch a discussion of love through family, religion, and comedy full of Jewish Heart.
Don't see it if the idea of listening to a even a good storyteller tell her life story for an hour and a half bores you. That's what this is.