Jude Treder-Wolff's story Winter Storm - about a Christmas Eve blizzard, sisters and the curative power of candy - was featured on Kevin Allison's popular storytelling podcast RISK!. Click here to listen.
UPCOMING PERFORMANCE OF CRAZYTOWN: my first psychopath:
Sunday May 18, 2014, 3 pm
The Triad, 158 West 72nd Street ~ (Between Broadway & Columbus Avenue) on the 2nd Floor. Cover: $12, 2-drink minimum.
55% funnier than any other show with the word "psychopath" in the the title, according to research we just made up.
Watch the first 10 minutes of Crazytown on Vimeo
"Between her patients' delusions and her own, Treder-Wolff has a lot of voices to blend together in Crazytown. She does so with good humor and a minimum of fuss. It's a pleasure to spend time with a talented actress and singer (of a certain age -- and looking great!) who has seen some scary stuff, yet emerged with her sense of humor intact and ready to sing." Regina Robbins, Theatre Is Easy.com
"Clever and heart-felt, CRAZYTOWN provides instant relief from the blues." Karen D'Onofrio, Electronic Link-Off-Broadway
"AWESOME* insightful, inspiring show! Worthy of seeing twice!" AnnMarie W.
"I saw CrazyTown on May 12th and LOVED it! Jude is so talented, smart and funny. It was touching and insightful.. Run, don't walk, to CrazyTown!" Marian Rich
"Crazytown is crazy good. Jude Treder-Wolff's show is brilliant, poignant, and thought-provoking that somehow intertwines hilarious insights. Side splitting funny, not to mention her wonderful voice and the brilliant original music." Debbie Zelizer, PhD
"So real. So honest. Better than most things Off-Broadway!" Gale Citron, MA
"I loved this show. It made me feel appreciated for what I do for a living. Illustrated with warmth and humor the conundrums 'helpers' come up against and that we are human beings too. " Annemarie Corangelo, LCSW
"Fascinating tale of her own transformation during a stressful time in her life. It is touching and humorous and musical. A great combination and totally unique."
Reviews of Jude Treder-Wolff:
"Self-medicate with real-life therapist Jude Treder-Wolff. Expect the unexpected! And without the hourly rates." New York Daily News.
"A touch of therapy with a lot of laughs and music seems exactly what the world needs now." Cabaret Scenes
'Well-written and funny." BackStage