The Reviews Are In - Renée's A Hit!
“An amazing timeline packed-full with career, co-stars, famous encounters and family lore.”
- CHICAGO POST-TRIBUNE
“Fabulous. Don’t miss the chance to see this true
comedy legend in person!”
- CHICAGO NOW
“Renee Taylor is hilarious in
the fabulous My Life on a Diet.
A total HOOT! GO see it!”
- PAPER, Mickey Boardman
“It's worth your time to watch Taylor park her sequined behind in a throne of animal print and read her memoirs.”
- THEATER MANIA, Hayley Levitt
“I figured a show about diets with Renée Taylor would be cute and very funny, but I was blown away by the charm, sweetness, generosity, and raucously divine self-deprecation with which Ms. Taylor lights her memories and her life.”
- WBAI RADIO, Janet Coleman
"Poignant, Personal & Comedic!"
- THE EPOCH TIMES, Judd Hollander
"A Funny Romp!"
- NEWNOWNEXT, Michael Musto
"Plenty of Laughs!"
- CURTAIN UP, Elizabeth Ahlfors
“Sheer delight. Taylor is such a gifted artist with a great willingness to share her infectious spirit. This story of a disappearing show biz world and a young woman’s dream to be part of it is a must for anyone who wants to think back on the past and laugh in the present.”
- NOT JUST ABOUT SEX,
“Still sexy and charming at 85, Taylor is hysterical and tender. Her comic timing is perfect. This nostalgic trip through memory lane is entertaining and light hearted.”
- TIMES SQUARE CHRONICLES,
“A light, frothy soufflé. I suggest you binge on ‘My Life on a Diet,’ the comical sundae topped with a cherry of sentiment being served up by the eternally delicious Renée Taylor. Not only can you watch it without gaining weight, you may even, as the show’s ads say, ‘drop 300 calories laughing.’" - THEATER PIZZAZZ,
Samuel L. Leiter
“The show is much like Taylor herself— ebullient, entertaining, with a soupçon of something complex simmering beneath the showbiz bluster. It packs plenty of laughs, with some dollops of poignant emotion on the side.” - THEATER IS EASY, Heather J. Violanti
“The show is non-stop hilarious – but it’s also, alternately, and sometimes simultaneously, a saga of the life of a serious, immensely talented performer in 20th Century America. Our highest recommendation!” - NY THEATRE BUYING GUIDE, Ronald Gross