Time Out New York

“Andrea Mezvinsky had the audience in stitches when she deadpanned that she thought parenting would come naturally to after raising her mother.”

Time Out New York 2

“Andrea Mezvinsky appears to be the love child of Richard Lewis and Gloria Steinem.”

TheatreMania.com

“A highly physical comedian who will spread eagle herself ( with remarkable flexibility) and use her facial expressions to milk a joke to the fullest without crossing the line to hamming. She is a talented comedian.” 

Nytheatre.com

“A hilarious and touching solo play. . . .Mezvinsky brilliantly manages to illustrate her self-loathing Jewish Mother and her spry (but dead) grandma. The honesty of her performance lends itself to great comedy.” 

Comedy Matters

“Andrea Mezvinsky is a charming and talented comedienne/actress who proves it once again in her very funny play. On stage, she magically transforms herself into each of the people from her life as she draws constant hearty laughter from the audience. An entertaining and thought-provoking evening.”

Comedy Matters 2

“Andrea Mezvinsky's spirit can light up the room. It is impossible to dampen it.” 

The Forward

“Andrea Mezvinsky has Chutzpah! The comedienne bares her soul as she takes on the roles of three generations of Jewish women with both insight and humor.” 

Radio - TV

RADIO SPOTS10 10 WINS
WOR- 3X The Jewish hour
WWRL1600- New Yorks Urban TalkTV SPOTS / GUEST APPEARANCESNew York 1 -- The Momics
Hallmark Chanel -- The Working Mother
Fox 5 -- Good Day New York -- Americas Funniest Mom
Oprah -- The Most Unusual Mothers - Americas Funniest Mom


Two Drink Minimum

REVIEW


“It’s always a shame when a great show has such a limited run, as is the case with SOMETIMES OVER THE SUMMER, comedian, Andrea Mezvinsky's hilarious and touching one woman play. If you missed it, you can only hope it as a revival. The immediate impression is that Mezvinsky is a kindred spirit of Fear of Flying's Isadora. Erica Jong's alter-ego is a doppelganger for Mezvinsky, and their most salient common flaw is the desire to say yes to all of life choices they are presented with. With an impressively spare stage , Mezvinsky brilliantly manages to illustrate her self-loathing Jewish mother as well as her spry (but dead) grandmother as the two identities of her conscience. She also plays effortlessly against an invisible husband, lover, father, and child. Accompanied by a great soundtrack, Mezvinsky takes the audience on a timeline tour of her life while incorporating the perils of being an intelligent woman who wants to abide by The Rules, live the fantasy of Cinderella, have choices and be able to choose them all.

Mezvinsky's honesty lends itself to great comedy. Her performance is so identifiable and thought-provoking that many times the audience was too enraptured to laugh.”

“What  Andrea Mezvinsky has created here is an unapologetic and unrestricted peek inside the mind of a woman dealing with the kind of stuff we all deal with. The writing is deft, hilarious and at times bitingly ironic and always very familiar
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“Mezvinsky’s portrayal of Every-woman defies belief with her full throttle, turn – on – a dime performance. She flips into multiple characters with the ease some wish we had with our TV remote. Take that, Frieda Kahlo!”
-- Tolucan Times ~
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"The honesty of her performance lends itself to great comedy"
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“This is a great show and I highly recommend it. Andrea is wonderful, a truly talented actress and comedienne”
--NOHO Arts ~
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 “Andrea Mezvinsky appears to be the love child of Richard Lewis and Gloria Steinem.”
--Time Out New York 

"Andrea Mezvinsky has chutzpah! The comedienne bares her soul as she takes on the roles of 3 generations of women with both insight and humor"
-- Time Out NY 

"Andrea Mezvinsky had the audience in stitches when she deadpanned that she thought parenting would came naturally to her cause she raised her mother"
-- Daily News

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