Michael-Ann Russell JCC

‘My Son the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy’

Christian Alcantara

Deal Skilled

The San Diego Union Tribune said the “humor in the piece is universal.”

The Deal

The New York Occasions praised the comedy “My Son the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy” as “distinctly authentic” and “powerfully poignant.” Travelzoo users can conserve up to thirty% on tickets when the clearly show performs at Michael-Ann Russell JCC (Alan and Diane Lieberman Theater).

Orchestra seats are priced as follows for Thursday and Sunday performances Dec. 19 – Jan. nine:

“My Son the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy” was developed by and stars Brad Zimmerman, an actor and comic who opened for Joan Rivers for several decades. It tells an inspiring story about the enthusiasm to make it as an artist and the benefits of never ever offering up.

See a sneak peek of the clearly show.

Take note: Added expenses are $5 for every ticket, but which is the regular demand on all tickets.

E book by Nov. 5.

* Restrictions might apply. Topic to availability. The clearly show has grownup content and language. For experienced audiences 18 and about.