The Wall Street Journal says Momma's
Knishes becomes "increasingly moving as we enter more
deeply into the story of her life, washing our hands in that
real kitchen sink, rolling out the dough, and spreading the
flour . . . I found myself growing misty eyed . . ." Read
the full Wall Street Journal article.
The Philadelphia Inquirer says, "What makes it all
work is the unusual nature of the evening. Come to Momma's
Knishes, and you're not just sitting in the audience. You're
an inescapable part of the act."
Read the full Philadelphia Inquirer article.