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Jake Ehrenreich's A Jew Grows in Brooklyn to Return to Off-Broadway

By New York City
Jake Ehrenreich
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Jake Ehrenreich
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Jake Ehrenreich's A Jew Grows in Brooklyn is set to return to Off-Broadway following its North American tour, May 2 at the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Theater. John Huberth directs.

A Jew Grows in Brooklyn is the story of a baby boomer, the son of survivors who wanted nothing more than to be American. Along the way, Ehrenreich, backed by a trio of musician/singers, performs the popular music of both his and his parent's generations.

Ehrenreich's Broadway credits include Dancin, Barnum, and They're Playing Our Song. He toured internationally as Ringo in Beatlemania. He has toured and recorded with artists including Richie Havens, Tito Puente, Cab Calloway and the Smothers Brothers.

For more information and tickets to A Jew Grows in Brooklyn, click here.

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