Comedian Judy Gold: Mommy Queerest
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In an age when "epic" stories are usually reserved for blockbuster franchises, Angels in America proves that some of the most fantastic, most panoramic, most important sagas can still be told live on stage -- no CGI required. Now experience the first part of Tony Kushner's Pulitzer-winning play presented in a staged reading. Part 1: Millennium Approaches follows two very different but equally troubled young New York couples whose fates become intertwined. Sparks fly as the play's large and sharply-drawn cast (which ranges from the diabolical lawyer Roy Cohn to an actual angel) clash over the personal, the political and the theological. Learn More
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“As scary as it was being raised by one Jewish mother, I have to feel for my kids because they have two Jewish mothers.” – Judy Gold
Emmy Award-winning comedian Judy Gold returns to the Huntington with her outrageous stand-up comedy after last year’s triumphant 25 Questions for a Jewish Mother. Bold, brass, and clocking in at 6’3”, Judy is ready to divulge all the comic highs and lows of being a Jewish, lesbian, working mom raising two boys in New York City. Judy’s electric humor and outlandish opinions are enough to keep anyone rolling in the aisle all night long.
Judy Gold’s stand-up specials include “Comedy Central Presents Judy Gold,” “Comedy Central Tough Crowd Stands Up” and a half-hour special on HBO, which received a Cable Ace Award. She hosts HBO’s “At the Multiplex With Judy Gold”, won an Emmy Award for her work on “The Rosie O’Donnell Show,” and was featured in the hit film The Aristocrats.