“Ahead of the game! A natural talent.”
— Robert Klien, New York Comedy Expo
“Gloria Bigelow strikes the crucial balance by being both funny and political. In a world so deeply strained by the politics of the fundamentalist right, Bigelow’s voice is a welcome addition to the often unpleasant stew of racist, sexist and homophobic comedians in America.”
— Stacey Ann Chin, Poet. Artist. Activist.
“The performances are witty, funny, and true-to-life for these six comics, especially Gloria Bigelow, who is absolutely charming to watch. As an out African- American lesbian, her personal stories of growing up in an all-Caucasian suburb are hilarious.”
“Funny! Polished and well on her way.”
Gloria Bigelow in GO Magazine’s 100 Women We Love, June 2010.
Gloria Bigelow was selected as one of The Advocate’s 40 Under 40, May 2010.
Gloria Bigelow says NO to H8!, www.noh8campaign.com, August 2009.
Curve Magazine named Gloria Bigelow as one of the funniest lesbians in America (the America’s Funniest Lesbians issue, Fall 2008).