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Comedy Notes

Jewish mothers have their say in '25 Questions'

By Nick A. Zaino III
Globe Correspondent / March 11, 2006

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Whether comedians are working with them or against them, comedy doesn't work without stereotypes. When Judy Gold was criticized by the Jewish newspaper Forward for her depiction of her Jewish mother in her act, she did the unthinkable. She decided to find out if the stereotypical Jewish mother exists and chronicle the results in a one-woman show, ''25 Questions for ... (Full article: 340 words)

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