After dealing with immigration, politics and Jewish mothers, Daphna Baram's 2019 Fringe offering takes on mass and time (AKA weight and age) as the human-rights lawyer-journalist-comedian laughs against the dying of her light.
'Supremely talented... as biting as it is funny' (DailyInfo.co.uk). 'Masterful... Her fantastic way with words and bone-dry humour have the audience in fits of laughter... Superbly refreshing' * * * * * (Bunbury Magazine). 'Fresh and enlightening, her warmth elevating the gentle, conversational nature of her delivery' (List). * * * * * 'Wonderful, hilarious and important, too' (Broadway Baby). Director: Amanda Baker.