Avi Hoffman’s Too Jewish? will return to South Florida playing December 27–January 21, 2018, at the PGA Arts Center in Palm Beach Gardens.
Hoffman, a child of Holocaust survivors, was taught at an early age to appreciate the beauty and depth of Jewish literature, music, and tradition. In Too Jewish? he combines a mix of music, comedy, impersonations, and personal reminiscences, taking his audiences on a journey through his own Jewish roots, illustrating the traditions and history of Yiddish culture.
“Too Jewish? has had incredible success nationally and in South Florida, so we have decided to bring the production that changed my life back to PGA Arts Center,” Hoffman said in a statement. “This will be the perfect family outing for the holidays as the mixture of musical styles in the show appeals to all age groups. It will be the original production, with some new perspectives on how my life has dramatically changed since then.”
Hoffman’s Too Jewish? premiered Off-Broadway at New York’s Houseman Theatre in 1994 and has been presented all over the world, as well as on PBS.
The theatre is located at 4076 PGA Boulevard in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Tickets may be purchased at the PGA Arts Center box office at (855) 448-7469 or online at pgaartscenter.com.