Up Next: ‘Lil’ Bit’ in How I Learned to Drive Oct. 17-Nov. 2. Tickets
Critics call Jake comically tightly-wound, charming, and compassionate:
“Jake Lipman plays Beth, the comically tightly-wound manager of a rich family’s household office… the best comedy I’ve seen so far this year.”
BlogCritics.org’s review of The Mistakes Madeline Made
“As ‘The Stage Manager,’ Lipman is the play’s empathetic center, and her cheery, conversational style invites us in.”
NYTheatre.com review of Our Town
“Jake Lipman (Adriane) is as charming as she is needy… Hysterical!”
NYTheatre.com review of Books on Tape (selection of FringeNYC 2011)
“The Drunken City is fun through and through. ...it gradually zeroes in on Marnie (played sympathetically and surefootedly by Lipman).”
Blog Critics review of The Drunken City by Adam Bock
“Lipman finds both bitterness and compassion within Catherine, the daughter who gave up her own academic aspirations to nurse her ailing father, Robert, as he slowly slides into madness.”
TheatreOnline.com review of Proof by David Auburn
Read more rave reviews here.
She's a Smart CookieShe'll make you laugh and warm your heart as the mom, teacher and best friend.
As the empathetic small-town narrator in Our Town.