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Bad Jews – Reviews

Los Angeles Times
CRITIC’S CHOICE… as effervescent as it is corrosive, a brilliantly caustic play that frames serious issues of Jewish identity within a breathtaking blitzkrieg of dialogue that will make your eardrums smolder… a comically acute production that goes gleefully over-the-top yet remains authentic.” — F. Kathleen Foley, Los Angeles Times

Stage Raw 
RECOMMENDEDSTAGE RAW TOP 10… a powerful production that cleverly employs humor to address touchy topics.” — Lara Altunian, Stage Raw

DEVASTATINGLING FUNNY… directed with crackling energy… perfectly cast actors… the play’s premise and presentation will leave you discussing its implications long afterwards.” — Shari Barrett, Broadway World

People’s World
A FAST-PACED 90-MINUTE ROMP… an often hilarious farrago of words and emotions, passions and mattresses.” — Eric Gordon, People’s World

Haines His Way
FOUR STARS… a rollicking good time in the theatre” — Rob Stevens. Haines His Way

Hollywood Revealed
BRILLIANT… as poignant as it is hilarious…  will stay with you long after the curtain comes down. I’m already looking forward to revisiting it again before it closes” — Peter Foldy, Hollywood Revealed

Los Angeles Post
FUN… Bad Jews make good company.” — Dan Berkowitz, Los Angeles Post

Bonnie Priever Curtain Up
HILARIOUS YET DEEPLY PROFOUND… fiercely directed” — Bonnie Priever Curtain Up

DARKLY HUMOROUS AND PROVOCATIVE… [these Jews are] so bad that they make you squirm in your seat… in the sparks and shadows of their argument, we may see a glimpse of ourselves.” — Edmon J. Rodman, MegilLA

USC Annenberg Media
WICKED AND PROVOCATIVE… successfully unmasks raw family relationships with foolproof humor. — Shelby Corley
, USC Annenberg Media

LA Splash
MANY LAYERS… hooked me in a way no other play has done.” — Serita Stevens, LA Splash

Los Angeles Beat
VERY FUNNY…  a theatre experience for anyone that has a family or simply just wants to have a great time watching some excellent performers take on thought-provoking issues with wonderful caustic humor.” — Joan Alperin, The Los Angeles Beat

Total Theater
FOUR STARS A VERY FUNNY PLAY… [a] superb cast, excellent direction and stagecraft.” – Will Manus,
Total Theater

WOW… terrifically acted and directed… rarely has a play tackled religion with as smart and savage a wit.” — Steven Stanley, Stage Scene LA

The Tvolution
A TAKE-NO-PRISONERS COMEDY… well-crafted, well-produced, extremely well-acted and superbly directed.” — Ernest Kearney, The Tvolution

LA Excites
UPROARIOUS AND PROFOUND… a dramatic and laugh-out-loud spitfire of a play… a riveting human story” — Imaan Jalali, LA Excites

Diversions LA
FUNNY, POIGNANT, BITTER, BITING, AND INTESELY RELATABLE, the richly human, insanely provocative battle of the chai also brings home the horrors of the Holocaust, the importance of loyalty, the sting of betrayal, and the power of words.” — Genie Davis, Diversions LA