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Wednesday, Feb 6 at 7 pm at the Siegel JCC in Wilmington.

~ Emmy Award winning actress and comedian, Judy Gold, performs her hilarious stand-up routine and then sits down with fans for an up close and personal interview with the audience. No question is off limits! Best known as the star of her two critically acclaimed long-running Off Broadway hit shows, Judy is the host of Nick’s new comedy show, NickMom Night Out. Judy was cast numerous times in Nora & Delia Ephon’s hit off-broadway show Love Loss and What I Wore. Judy has guest starred on 30 Rock and The Big C. Gold appears regularly on The View, Current TV’s Say Anything with Joy Behar, & Tru TV Presents World’s Dumbest. She has co-hosted Anderson Live and has been seen on The Wendy Williams Show, The Next Food Network Star & TLC’s The Next Great Baker. Judy hosts a monthly radio show on Sirius/XM called Hatched By Two Chicks and is also the host of the Funny People series at the 92nd St. Y, and is a frequent contributor to The Moth.

Tickets are $20 per person or $36 per couple. Purchase online at www.siegeljcc.org or  call 302-478-5660.
Contact Katie Glazier for more information at katieglazier@siegeljcc.org.


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