Too Jewish?, with Avi Hoffman, to Play Long Island's Landmark On Main Street

News   Too Jewish?, with Avi Hoffman, to Play Long Island's Landmark On Main Street
Avi Hoffman will bring his popular solo musical, Too Jewish?, to the Landmark on Main Street in Port Washington in March.

Hoffman will offer a limited engagement of his award-winning Off-Broadway show March 11-27 at Port Washington's Landmark on Main Street Jeanne Rimsky Theatre.

Conceived, written and starring Hoffman, Too Jewish?, press notes state, "celebrates Jewish culture and features the actor-writer-comedian as he uncovers the lost treasures of Jewish music and comedy while charming audiences of every heritage. Hoffman will warmly recreate the Borscht-belt era with favorite songs and comedy routines last performed in the Catskills, Miami Beach, Carnegie Hall and Yiddish Vaudeville —evoking a period that served as the foundation and starting point for so many contemporary entertainers. Hoffman will bridge the old world with the new, and bring those wonderful memories back to life!"

Too Jewish? has musical direction by Michael Larsen and set designs by Paul Morrill.

Hoffman premiered Too Jewish? Off-Broadway at the Westside Theatre in 1994, where it ran for 18 months resulting in a national tour and a PBS special. His stage appearances also include Too Jewish, Too!, The Rise of David Levinsky and the recent Walnut Street and New Vista Theatre Company production of The Odd Couple.

Tickets for performances at the Landmark's Jeanne Rimsky Theater in Port Washington, NY, are available by calling (516) 767-6444 or by visiting

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