"The Bar Mitzvah is truly wonderful and can be thoroughly enjoyed by everyone."
Charlotte Rae, Actress - TV series, Facts of Life and Different Strokes
"Even if I am not Jewish, my wife and I found The Bar Mitzvah delightful!... Be sure to catch it if it comes your way."
Bob Banner, T.V. producer and director, Nine Emmy and four Peabody awards
"The Bar Mitzvah is brimming with funny, memorable characters, bright, catchy songs, clever production numbers and insightful, touching ballads. Stepping off from a right-of-passage into manhood celebration chronicled with warmth and wit, the heart of this lively musical is an endearing story of how a contemporary family with a troubled past rediscovers their love for one another."
J. Hugh Johnson, theater critic Theatremania.com
"The Bar Mitzvah is exhilarating. A musical that's as fun as the real party. Delightful, lively and memorable with music that is Broadway quality."
Kenneth Treister Architect, sculptor and artist
"There are real issues in life being dealt with here, how great moments in life can change you and you can change them. It's a wonderful piece, very hopeful."
Linda Leonard, director and Choreographer
"Whether you're Jewish or Unitarian or anything else, you'll smile as you recognize yourself and members of your own family in this timeless story. The lyrics and music are so well done you will want to see it again and again."
Steve McAlister, screenwriter
A letter from Judy Cohn, Director of Cultural Programs for the Jewish Community Center of Dallas
An article from the Dallas Morning News dated February 21, 2001 about the performance at the Aaron Family Jewish Community Center in Dallas, Texas.
An article from the Dallas Jewish Week newspaper about the performance at the Plano, Texas Children's Theatre.
An article from the Texas Jewish Post newspaper about the performance at the Plano, Texas Children's Theatre.