One half of a two-moms deal, lesbian comic Judy Gold admits to hating one-person shows, despite having had an Off-Broadway hit with 25 Questions for a Jewish Mother. "I always feel like I'm sitting in on someone's therapy session," she explains. But that's not stopping her from creating another piece starring just her: In Mommy Queerest, Gold indulges fans with more tales of raising her two sons Jewishand more caustic quotes from her own mother, who could be a little more thrilled about her daughter's success. Says Gold: "I was talking to my mother on the phone, and I told her the name of my new show. And she said, 'Yeah, what else, Judith? Right now, I'm very dizzy.' "
Fri., March 20, 8 p.m., 2009
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