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JUDGE JACKIE: DISORDER IN THE COURT is now available for licensing through Samuel French.


Judge Jackie Justice rules over her reality television courtroom with an iron fist, presiding over a three-ring circus of America's most chaotic civil cases. But, when a drop in ratings brings her face to face with the liability of her own love life, the judge must learn to navigate the ludicrous laws of love in this over-the-top courtroom comedy.

Commissioned by the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera. Premiere: January 2014

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“Musical comedy justice is served in a new CLO Cabaret show featuring catchy tunes, clever lyrics, juicy characters and important roles for audience members throughout the proceedings.”
   - Pittsburgh Post Gazette

“This jury of one finds in favor of the creators and cast of “Judge Jackie Justice” for inciting lighthearted laughter in the middle of a drab and seemingly endless winter.”
   - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

“…Destined to set precedent for small-theatre, small-cast entertainment…. I sentence Judge Jackie Justice to four more months of production and a lifetime of licensing.”

“The comedy is fast and furious and features a bevy of characters, each one zanier than the last.”
   - Times Online

“With songs like “Poob!,” “Ain’t No Drill,” and “My Daddy Hate Me; Mean Mean Daddy! (Baby)” the audience just can’t stop laughing.”
   - The Pittsburgh Stage

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"Judge Jackie Justice"

Judge Jackie (Jackie Hoffman) performs the theme song for her hit reality courtroom show.

"If You Only Knew"

Jackie (Jackie Hoffman) rants and raves at a defendant, as, unbeknownst to her, her bashful bailiff Henry (Jake Epstein) shares a closely-guarded secret with the audience.

"My Daddy Hate Me"

Teenage pop sensation Britley Spanx (Veronica Kuehn) presents her argument for why she should be emancipated from her father, backed up by Sergi Robles and Joel Perez.

"Judge Jackie Justice"

Olivier Award-winner Leslie Margerita sings “Judge Jackie Justice” at a 54 Below NAMT event.

Audio clips coming soon.


Credit: Matt Polk

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