Anita GILLETTE
NY DAILY NEWS ARTICLE & 
NY TIMES REVIEW FROM ANITA’S NEW FILM 
The Fitzgerald Family Christmas  
“Gillette, well known as Tina Fey’s mother on 30 Rock, ... gives an Oscar-worthy performance in her role as a mom torn apart by a dog pack of emotions.” - Joanna Molloy, Daily News
"Rosie may be resilient and feisty, but Ms. Gillette’s wonderful performance recognizes the depth of her stored-up hurt and anger. She is reluctant to believe Jim’s claim that he is dying of pancreatic cancer and has only months to live....The Fitzgerald Family Christmas addresses the meaning of family ties with a bracing emotional honesty." Stephen Holden, The New York Times
“Superb Anita Gillette” 
- Peter Travers, Rolling Stone
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS Comments on Anita in New Book!
Anita in Song of Norway at Carnegie Hall American Collegiate Chorale benefit Photo Credit: Jessica Fallon Gordon BroadwayWorld.com
ANITA’S 
UPCOMING DATES  


PHOTOS ON THE TOWN

Anita and Alan Menkin at Actor’s Fund Benefit, Metropolitan Room. 
Photo Credit: Maryann Lopinto Broadwayworld.com

"Majestic and transformative." 

                    -David Roberts, Theatre Reviews, Ltd.:


"Seamless, exuberant, humorous and touching."

                    - Robert Windeler, Bistro Awards.com

"As close to perfect as a cabaret show can be.."

                            - Joel Benjamin, Cabaret Scenes

 "One Young Red Hot Mama! One of the best shows of the year!"

                            - Joe Regan, Jr., Theater Pizzazz!

Anita and Mark Nadler at  Opening of “I’m A Stranger Here Myself” at the York Theatre.
Anita with Charles Strouse  Photo Credit: Stephen Sorokoff
SEASON FINALE!

Anita Gillette & Ty Burrell MODERN FAMILY
Anita Gillette & Ty Burrell MODERN FAMILY
Anita with Liz Callaway and Ann Hampton Callaway at The Callaway Sisters in Sibling Revelry Photo Credit: Kari Strand
Anita with Julie Wilson  Photo Credit: Stephen Sorokoff
Anita with Julie Wilson  Photo Credit: Stephen Sorokoff
ABOUR Anita’s One Woman Show “AFTER ALL”

“How did I Love It? Let me count the ways.  Enchanting, Humorous, Touching, Inspirational!”

-Steve Ross

“Anita Gillette proved tonight what makes an entertainer! The joy she exuded on stage was returned ten times over from EVERY audience member who shared in a remarkable career that deserves to be seen by EVERYONE!” -Richard Skipper

VIDEO Demo Reel LeNGTH - 2:49 (Large File 56M may take a moment to download on some systems)

“HILARIOUSLY FUNNY.. ENDEARING PERSONALITY AND SELF-DEPRECATING WIT - A MOST RESPECTABLE VEHICLE” FIONA -JANE WESTON, CAPITOL CABARET LONDON
Anita with Charles Strouse  Photo Credit: Stephen Sorokoff
“Dazzling, classy entertainment”!
-William Wolf
Anita’s One Woman Show “AFTER ALL” LONDON DEBUT IN 2013!

LeNGTH -  1:29

“Dazzling, classy entertainment”!
-William Wolf
 

ANITA GILLETTE WOWS WITH SLICK NEW ACT IN BIRDLAND DEBUT - From New York Calling  CABARET by William Wolf

“Anita Gillette: After All…” The result is dazzling, classy entertainment. .. The way the show is smartly structured (Barry Kleinbort directs), its dips into Gillette’s career are honed into what is very much now, a fun tour of what an appealing, charming and versatile performer Gillette is at this very moment. She’s a contemporary treasure ripe for any big time booking anywhere, amply proved after Jim Caruso enthusiastically introduced the premiere of her new act at Birdland (January 30, 2012) ..  CLICK TO READ FULL REVIEW

WomanAroundTown.com REVIEW by Alix Cohen - Baby June had nothing on this 5’2” (well almost) red headed bundle of dynamite. With fifty years in theater, television, and film under her pave sash (undetectable by either appearance or energy level), the formidably talented Anita Gillette has finally gotten around to presenting her first cabaret act. It was worth the wait...” CLICK TO READ FULL REVIEW

JIM CARUSO CAST PARTY NEWS BIRDLAND WRITES:

“The fact that Anita Gillette has never done a one-woman show in her 50-some years of performing was a shock to me.  It’s especially hard to believe after seeing “After All,” the polished jewel of an act she brought to the Broadway at Birdland stage on Monday night.  Living life in front of adoring fans has clearly taught her well – she is as comfortable being herself as we are watching her.  In the slick, Barry Kleinbort-helmed ninety minutes, she gave us an intimate, behind-the-scenes look at her career and personal life – complete with songs she introduced on the Rialto and loads of dishy stories about co-workers as disparate as Merman, Berlin, Cher and Tina Fey!  Of course, the place was packed with showbiz royalty. Musical director/arranger Paul Greenwood deserves special mention for deftly accompanying Gillette and leading the wonderful band.  So many thanks to Gillette, Kleinbort, Greenwood, and company!  Come back soon!”