How Jewish is Too Jewish? Hoffman Asks The Question in Queens, Thru March 28

News   How Jewish is Too Jewish? Hoffman Asks The Question in Queens, Thru March 28
 
Too Jewish Two, the sequel to Avi Hoffman's solo revue, Too Jewish, was last seen in New York in April-May 1998. Now area theatregoers can again catch part two of the ethnic revue; TJ2 runs March 24-28 at Queens Theatre in the Park.

Too Jewish Two, the sequel to Avi Hoffman's solo revue, Too Jewish, was last seen in New York in April-May 1998. Now area theatregoers can again catch part two of the ethnic revue; TJ2 runs March 24-28 at Queens Theatre in the Park. As with the first show, wherein Hoffman saluted Israeli poets, Fiddler on the Roof and comic-actor Menashe Skulnick, TJ2 again mixes spoken word pieces with music. The emphasis on comedy is even stronger this time, with Hoffman celebrating such borscht belt comics as Myron Cohen, and singing ditties by Mickey Katz and Allen Sherman.

For tickets and information on Too Jewish Two, call (718) 760 0064.

-- By David Lefkowitz

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