A Look at A Jewish Joke, Opening March 13, Off-Broadway

Production Photos   A Look at A Jewish Joke, Opening March 13, Off-Broadway
 
The solo comedy, co-written by Phil Johnson and Marni Freedman, is now playing at Theatre Row.
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Following an award-winning turn at the United Solo Festival in 2017, Phil Johnson and Marni Freedman's monologue play A Jewish Joke opens Off-Broadway at Theatre Row March 13.

Directed by David Ellenstein, and starring Johnson, A Jewish Joke introduces us to Bernie Lutz, a curmudgeonly Jewish comedy screenwriter from MGM who comes up against the Communist blacklist in 1950’s Hollywood. He is forced to decide what's more important—his friends or his livelihood?

Flip through photos of the production below:

A Jewish Joke is presented by The Roustabouts Theatre Co. The show began in San Diego and has toured regionally in Chicago, St. Louis, Louisville, and New Haven.

The creative team for A Jewish Joke Off-Broadway is made up of Aaron Rumley (production design), Jordyn Smiley and Peter Herman (costume design), and Matt Lescault-Wood (sound design). Michael Joseph Ormond is production stage manager, and Rebecca Crigler is general manager.

For tickets, visit Telecharge.com.

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