"My Son The Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy" - Sunday, Aug 21, 2022 / 7:30pm

"My Son The Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy"

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My Son The Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy

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This hilarious & poignant story is universal in its message: The journey to follow one’s dream, and the parents who suffer through it! Actor/comedian Brad Zimmerman’s moving, hilarious story about the grit required to “make it” as an artist, and the sweet rewards that come from never giving up. After graduating college with a degree in theater, Brad moved to New York and “temporarily” worked as a waiter… for 29 years, while pursuing his career as an actor. Finally, he achieved success with a role on The Sopranos and as opening act for Joan Rivers (for 8 years), Brad Garrett, and George Carlin. He now has a hit Off-Broadway comedy that is as profound & touching as it is entertaining.

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“Delicious! Great Comedy!” – New York Times
“You’ll Laugh Your Tuchas Off!” – Huffington Post

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Effective March 21, all patrons in the Goldman Theater will be required to wear masks.

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