In the all-new JACKIE FIVE-OH!, the blisteringly funny, filter-free Hoffman muses on her own decay at 50, her career of playing ‘bit' parts, her thoughts about being in The Addams Family and an array of other topics running the gamut from Queen Latifah to Kristen Chenoweth. Hoffman also sings five new original songs (written with musical director Bobby Peaco). Click below for highlights from the show!

Hilton Als in The New Yorker called JACKIE FIVE-OH! "a sensational new show" and added "why doesn't some clever producer wrap Hoffman up in a solo show on Broadway, where she belongs?" David Rooney in The New York Times calledJACKIE FIVE-OH! "savagely funny" and said "Ms. Hoffman's acid-dipped acts are always a ‘gurney' worth taking." Adam Feldman in Time Out wrote, "Like cloves, a little of Jackie goes a long way. But a lot of Jackie, it turns out, can go even further-as she has proven time and again in her hilariously grumpy one-woman shows at Joe's Pub, which have won her a well-deserved cult following. JACKIE FIVE-OH! finds Hoffman in excellent form. Her robust whine gets better with age." David Sheward in Backstage wrote, "the blisteringly funny Hoffman unflinchingly skewers sacred cows such as the Tony Awards and Holocaust movies, flings acid barbs at the Broadway hierarchy, and does painfully accurate imitations of a gallery of showbiz icons."

JACKIE FIVE-OH! is written by Hoffman and Michael Schiralli, and directed by Schiralli. Musical numbers are co-written with Bobby Peaco, who is also the musical director.

Jackie Hoffman has performed on Broadway in Xanadu, Hairspray (Theatre World Award) and The Addams Family. Solo shows: Whining In the Windy City, Scraping the Bottom, Jackie with a Z, Chanukah at Joe's Pub (Bistro Award), The Kvetching Continues (Time Out New York's Outstanding Achievement Award). Off-Broadway: Regrets Only, Manhattan Theatre Club Tribeca Theatre Festival, The Book of Liz, (Obie Award)Straightjacket, Incident at Cobbler's Knob, (Lincoln Center Theatre Festival) and One Woman Shoe. Regional: Second City Chicago (Jeff Award); The Sisters Rosensweig, Old Globe, San Diego. Films: The Extra Man, A Dirty Shame, Garden State, Legally Blonde II, Kissing Jessica Stein, Mo' Money. Television: "30 Rock," "One Life to Live," "Starved," " Hope and Faith," "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Strangers with Candy," "TV Funhouse," "Late Night with Conan O'Brien," "Soulman," "Cosby." Animation: Dilbert and PB & J Otter, Robots, Queer Duck the movie.



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