Recalling the comedic brassiness of Nancy Walker and Linda Lavin’s dramatic intensity, Amie Bermowitz is outstanding as Zelda. Ms. Bermowitz dominates the production with her steely yet empathetic portrayal of the controlling matriarch. theaterscene.net.

Amie Bermowitz' Zelda is fierce, a woman burnt by life - and is the heart of the story. broadwayworld.com

Bermowitz transcends the role of Zelda … giving her interesting shadings. lightingandsoundamerica.com

Bermowitz is particularly good as Zelda, imbuing this Yiddishe mama with old-country bite and strength. theatermania.com

Standouts are… Amie Bermowitz, whose take on the overbearing Jewish matriarch manages to feel fresh. timeout.com




The standout performance was by Amie Bermowitz, playing Tina’s sweet, amnesiac mother… flawless, with perfect comic timing and outstanding singing, going from sweet to sassy without missing a beat. Stage Buddy


Pardon My English

Bermowitz who wowed in Musicals Tonight!’s revival of Whoopee proves that was no fluke as she burns up the stage once again as the fiery nightclub singer … gives powerful renditions of “The Lorelei,” “My Cousin in Milwaukee,” and the title song. theaterscene.net


Bells Are Ringing

Susanswerphone, a small, basement, switchboard answering service owned by Sue (Amie Bermowitz-an engaging Betty Garrett-type who deserves bigger roles). womanaroundtown.com


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