Great reviews for “News in Revue”

Says The New York Times….”a delight”, WNBC-TV….”very clever”, the Miami Chronicle: “A talented cast performing bulls-eye satire” and The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, “[The News in Revue] packs the kind of wallop that causes ear-to-ear grins. All I can say is, it works.” The group’s newest show is written and created by Nancy Holson, writer/director of the Off-Broadway hit musical BUSH WARS and the co-creator/writer of the fabulously funny PARENTING 101″, which is playing to standing ovations across the country. Created in 1992 (and making audiences laugh ever since), THE NEWS IN REVUE has performed continuously in various cities throughout the country and has won five Emmy awards for its series of PBS specials, two of which were for Ms. Holson’s writing.

The group has performed throughout the country entertaining dignitaries such as President Gerald R. Ford, various Cabinet members, assorted Senators, Congressmen, Mayors, and the Speakers of the House from all 50 states. They have had troupes in residence in various cities in Florida, Connecticut and Colorado, and for fifteen summer seasons in the Berkshires. The talented New York cast includes long-time THE NEWS IN REVUE favorite Jay Falzone, along with Stephen Smith, Melodye Brandt and Alison Friedman. Fast-paced and side-splittingly funny, each actor plays multiple characters in the course of the 90-minute show, including Hillary Clinton’s globetrotting escapades and a behind-the-scenes-look at the Obama White House with the First Grandma as our tour guide. The News in Revue promises more laughs than a Sarah Palin interview and will generate more applause than Dick Cheney leaving office. Mountain Times