Find out more about this show at www.mostlytruethings.com
"A great show with a fantastic environment. Perfect to bring a loved one or a night with friends. Highly recommend." Diane Caruso, PushPause TV
"There's nothing that matters more to me than hearing peoples' stories. It stirs my soul and in each storytelling you find the laughter within the lesson. Get out and spend some time with friends attending (mostly) TRUE THINGS- in a world of uncertainty its so important we listen to the stories, find the connect and embrace the laughter." Fran Valentino, LCSWAlso (mostly)
"There's laughter in the room as Jude Treder-Wolff opens her second storytelling slam 'mostly true things' one Saturday evening with her own penned song about small fibs and big omissions. 'we all do it,' she says to the crowd. 'we all twist the truth.'
In fact, that is the basis of the night's event. to hear four stories and figure out which three contain some lies and which one is the absolute truth. 'its to get people to listen and engage,' says Treder-Wolff, a psychotherapist and a creative arts therapist....
Again, Jude Treder-Wolff is a great storyteller, really funny impersonator and she may have also been a fantastic psychotherapist. What Jude is not!" www.Macduffnyc.com theater, fashion & the arts Macfuffnyc.com
More reviews of shows written & performed by Jude Treder-Wolff.
Peter Haas, Cabaret Scenes.
Wayman Wong, New York Daily News
- Elizabeth Ahlfors, Cabaret Scenes
"Self-medicate with the Jude Treder-Wolff Thursday Nite Psychotherapy Group. Expect the unexpected. Host (and psychotherapist) Jude Treder-Wolff updates the variety show weekly with guest vocalists and comedians spouting off their opinions - without the hourly rate."
-New York Daily News
Thursday Nite Psycho Therapy Group hosted by real life therapist/performer Jude Treder-Wolff is a topical, issue driven, live, weekly variety show that features special guest vocalists and comedians with a strong point of view about todays biggest issues. Jude mixes music and monologues as the charming emcee in this non-stop hour of fun. Directed by Bistro Award winner, Erv Raible.
- Stu Hamstra, www.cabarethotlineonline.com
"On Saturday October 16th, I was downtown, first to catch Jude Treder-Wolff's "ENCHANTMENT'S ... The Planet In The Window" show at UPSTAIRS AT ROSE'S TURN (55 Grove Street, NYC - 1-212-366-5438 - http://www.rosesturn.com/ ) at 7:00 pm. Ms. Treder-Wolff has an amazing array of talents, which she alternates in this performance. She is a great "stand-up" style comic, with a number of "one-liners" that often stunned the room as the audience digested the witty and often pithy comments. She is also an excellent vocalist, and especially on the ballads, gave us treat after treat. She is also a creative arts psychotherapist, and brings to the show special insights and observations. Plus, one can see she gets special joy when she dons a nuns cap and changes into Sister Jude of the Impossible Situations. The show turns out to be a sort of one-woman variety show! Ian Herman was musical director for this performance (Wells Hanley will be at the piano for the rest of the show). Direction is by Erv Raible."
-Stu Hamstra, www.cabarethotlineonline.com
"In its beginnings, in Europe, cabaret carried social commentary on the times. Now Jude Trevor-Wolff has revived the tradition with her new show, Enchantments
The Planet in the Window, at The Duplex. Mixing music and monologue, and cavorting occasionally in costume, she has created an original show that flows with comedy yet carries an undercurrent of serious concern. The show includes a generous helping of songs, ranging from almost-anthems--for example, Rodgers & Hammerstein's You've Got to Be TaughtFrom a Distance, and Joe Darion/Mitch Leigh's Impossible Dream--to high humor, including John Wallowitch's Cosmetic Surgery, William Spiven's Operator, Get Me Jesus on the Line, and the Tom Lehrer chestnut, We'll All Go Together When We Go. Drawing on her background as both a stand-up comic and therapist, and aided by Wells Hanley as music director and Erv Raible as director, Tredor-Wolff succeeds in helping us laugh and think at the same time."
- Peter Haas, Cabaret Scenes
" ...a slick and inspired comical touch. With a comic delivery that is less biting than empathetic, and a vocal delivery that is smooth rather than textured, Treder-Wolff's song selections dovetailed neatly with her observations. "
- Elizabeth Ahlfors, Cabaret Scenes
"Immensely entertaining, moving effortlessly from song to stand-up insightful and funny, keeps her audiences laughing and identifying."
- Jan Wallman, Applause, Applause
"Pure musical entertainment complimented by comedy and her delightful perspective on how the world works."
- Laurie Lawson, Electronic Link
"Combines standards with stand-up!"
- Time-Out New York
"Funniest Person From the Suburbs"
- Stand-Up New York
"Jude Treder-Wolff brings considerable comedy experience to cabaret..her show is well-written and funny! No frills delivery!!"
- John Hogland, BackStage
"Impressive! Hilarious! A therapist, Treder-Wolff used her vocation....to inspired comic effect. She won us over in the first two numbers....with the quickly accumulated good will of her warmly amusing personality, not to mention the smarly organized structure of her act...deftly directed by Erv Raible. Its a solid blueprint for a winning nightclub act!
- Barbara & Scott Siegel/Two of Clubs/ www.cabarethotlineonline.com