Kevin D. Thompson reviewed the show for the Palm Beach Post.
The show, which Hoffman furiously cobbled together in two weeks, is a follow-up to his wildly successful Too Jewish and Too Jewish, Two!, tour-de-force revues that proudly celebrated all things Jewish.
Still Jewish, however, is more personal as Hoffman fondly looks back at his 40-year career - a career he says began the day he was born at a teaching hospital in The Bronx. Hoffman's birth, after all, was witnessed by 25 medical residents - his first audience.
And Hoffman will tell you himself that he hasn't stop performing since.
Avi Hoffman does not literally drag a trunk onstage, but for almost two hours the producing artistic director of The New Vista Theatre Company dips into a metaphorical trunk, sifting nostalgically through the milestones of his five decades in show business.
The staging is simple, just Hoffman, pianist Caryl Ginsburg Fantel and a backdrop of collages featuring black and white photos of New York, Jewish and theatrical memorabilia. But that's all Hoffman needs.
It's pleasant and entertaining, because Hoffman knows how to tell a story and sell a song. And don't be surprised if it leaves you craving a corned beef on rye and a knish.