"Noah Diamond plays Groucho, and he might as well be Groucho." - Neil Genzlinger, New York Times
"Diamond's Groucho is genuinely uncanny, capturing the subtle truth of Groucho's voice." - Adam Gopnik, The New Yorker
"Absolutely perfect! We've seen Groucho imitators in the past. We've seen Lewis J. Stadlen in Minnie's Boys. We've seen Frank Ferrante making a genuine career out of it, for a long time. And here is the third jewel in the triple crown." - Peter Filichia, Broadway Radio
I have a long history of playing my hero, Groucho Marx, both on and off the stage. In addition to countless party, variety, and cabaret appearances, I have donned the tails and greasepaint in productions of Animal Crackers, Groucho on the Air, Music of the Marx Brothers, and especially I'll Say She Is, the first-ever revival of the Marx Brothers' long-lost 1924 masterpiece.