Religious Jewish Women of Comedy
Religious Jewish Women of Comedy

Religious Jewish Women of Comedy

The Off the Wall Comedy Theater presents Religious Jewish Women of Comedy, starring Joan Gittel Weiner Levin, Hani Skutch and Chava Ewa Darski Kovacs.

Sunday, January 5, from 8 to 9:30 pm, at the King Solomon Hotel (club is on level R), 32 King David Street, Jerusalem.

Entrance fee, 70 shekels (60 shekels for students, soldiers and seniors), includes a 10 shekel discount on first drink.

Doors open at 7:20 pm (food and drink service is from 7:20 to 8 pm).

For reservations, call 050-875-5688 or see www.israelcomedy.com.

The show is intended for women, men and families. No mechitza.

Joan Gittel Weiner Levin has been making American audiences laugh for well over a decade, along the way winning The Jewish Week’s Funniest Amateur Comedian in New York contest. Since she immigrated in 2014, she has brought the perspective of a religious Jewish mother’s laughter to Israel.

Hani Skutch, from Rehovot, has been headlining stages and connecting with audiences around Israel and abroad for years. Her warmth and original outlook on life will keep you laughing and her family worrying.

Chava Ewa Darski Kovacs, a not-so-new-immigrant, grew up in Canada. Chava lives in a religious settlement with her husband and seven children. Her hobbies include finding new and creative excuses to get out of the house … like doing comedy.

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