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Liam is a self-proclaimed "bad Jew" — and he may actually be an atheist. It's the night after his grandfather's funeral, and Liam and his high-strung and unbending cousin Daphna are arguing over who should inherit "Poppy's" Chai necklace. The verbal battle rages until Liam stakes claim to the necklace, and a vicious and hilarious brawl about family, faith and legacy begins.
Hilarious Doug Karpf, who has performed across the country at clubs, casinos, & the U.S. Armed Forces, Andy Hayward, a NYC comic who has had the honor of performing for the NYC Friars Club, & Brick native, Mollie Sperduto, finalist at the Comedy Competition at the Tropicana Casino are the side-splitting headliners for the Kiwanis Fundraiser! Kiwanis, established in 1915, is a service organization dedicated to serving communities in over eighty countries! Brick Kiwanis Club was chartered in 1958, & has been serving Brick & surrounding communities for more than half a century. One of the objectives of Kiwanis is to provide through a practical means, to form enduring friendships, to render altruistic service, & to build better communities.
Tony Award-nominated actor and director Michael Cumpsty (The End of the Rainbow) previously directed Third at Two River Theater. He returns to direct Oscar Wilde's great comedy of manners, The Importance of Being Earnest.
Jake's Women by Neil Simon comes to Studio Playhouse.
Jake, a novelist who is more successful with fiction than with life, faces a marital crisis by daydreaming about the women in his life. The wildly comic and sometimes moving flashbacks played in his mind are interrupted by visitations from the many women in his life: his revered first wife, his daughter, his sister, his analyst, his current wife (who is leaving Jake for another man), and a prospective third wife.
One of Shakespeare's most delightful and rowdy comedies! Looking to restore his riches, Sir John Falstaff conjures a plan to seduce the wives of two of Windsor's wealthiest men. However, Falstaff is no match for the cunning and trickery of Mistress Page and Mistress Ford—who quickly turn the tables.
Shakespeare's great comedy about marriage will be performed by only three actors (Nicole Lewis, Jason O'Connell, Zuzanna Szadkowski) in an exuberant feat of imagination, energy, and theatricality. Director Eric Tucker and actor Jason O'Connell are frequent collaborators; their work together includes last season's acclaimed off-Broadway production of A Midsummer Night's Dream and Sense and Sensibility for the New York-based company Bedlam, for which Tucker is artistic director.
At once a razor-sharp comedy and a sincere tribute to democracy, The Outsider is a timely and hilarious take on modern American politics. Ned Newley doesn't even want to be governor. He's terrified of public speaking; his poll numbers are impressively bad. To his ever-supportive chief of staff, Ned seems destined to fail. But a political guru named Arthur Vance sees things a little differently: Ned might be the worst candidate to ever run for office. Unless the public is looking for…the worst candidate to ever run for office.
The story centers around King Arthur and his search for the Holy Grail. After a rather silly bit of miscommunication leads briefly to Finland, the king and his ever faithful squire, Patsy, begin to search for knights to accompany them on their quest. Arthur finds his first in Dennis, a hideous local mud farmer. After convincing the locals that he is king by conjuring the Lady of Lake to prove it, Dennis is transformed into Sir Galahad. The rest of the knights are found far and wide, and the Lady of the Lake and her Laker Girls send the stalwart band on their way. They meet an unforgettable slew of kooky characters, and musical hilarity ensues.
Note: This production of the Broadway musical is a young audience edition starring Porch Light's Youth Performance Troupe.