"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.

 

Cover photo: With the 2016 I'll Say She Is chorus: Beth Conley, Amber Bloom, Avital Asuleen, Caitlin Brunell, Sarah Miller, Peyton Lustig, Jessica Webb, and Robyn Michele Frank. Photo by Jim R. Moore.

Slideshow: Photos by Mark X. Hopkins, Jim R. Moore, and Amanda Sisk.