Rave Reviews on
Broadway’s Musical Play
About Dementia and Caregiving
I’m so thrilled to report that my friend Jonatha Brooke has created a hit show that critics are raving about!
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NEW YORK TIMES
“Devastating and gorgeous. A poignantly funny, beautifully created narrative.”
“Sharp, unique, poignant and tuneful.”
NEW YORK POST
“Well worth your attention. An affectionate, well-crafted, surprisingly funny new musical.
You won’t be able to tell anymore if you’re laughing or crying. Probably because you’ll be doing both.”
WNBC NEW YORK
“Brooke is a natural storyteller whose musical gifts translate to the spoken word.
The songs are melodic and haunting and the stories make them all the more poignant.
Artfully directed by Jeremy B. Cohen.”
SHOW BUSINESS WEEKLY
“Delightful. Refreshing. A simple celebration of women, their strengths and their bond to each other.
It leaves you feeling hopeful and fortunate. You’ll be hooked.”
“Brooke is a vibrant storyteller who creates an instant rapport with her audience and narrates the journey with powerful humor and spirit, candor and great affection. Her complex music highlights the emotion with poetic candor. Her emotions float across the stage into the audience with laughter and tears.”
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“Leaves you laughing, crying, and most of all thinking about the power of love, life and connection.”
Remarkable. A precious human revelation. Brooke’s artistry is heartfelt and powerful. One cannot witness this production and remain untouched. The potion Brooke creates is readily drinkable and the unique, bittersweet taste lingers. We are better for her gently shaking our consciousness.
“Ms. Brooke is a unique and singularly gifted artist. The songs are beautiful and riveting . . . and stunningly performed.”
FEATURE STORIES / MEDIA BREAKS
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY / EW .com
Pop Watch Blog – This Week On Stage 2/22
Jonatha & Jeremy interview – 2/22
Brooke transcends a daughter’s loss with candid humor and authentic wit. One can only hope that My Mother Has Four Noses continues to make the rounds. Brooke and Cohen’s poetry together really is terribly intimate.
Announcement – 2/21
Opening Story – 2/20
Opening Story – 2/19
BERGEN RECORD / BERGEN HERALD
Off-Broadway Spring Preview – 2/16
WNBC NEW YORK
Rob Kahn’s Preview – 1/30