twin cities jewish Humor Festival

JANUARY 14 - JANUARY 22, 2017

The Twin Cities Jewish Humor Festival is gearing up for its 8th year! This year’s Humor Festival combines one-person shows, stand-up and literary comedy, story-telling, film, visual art and much more - all in celebration of the Jewish contribution to the world of humor!

TICKETS:
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SATURDAY NIGHT COMEDY WITH RABBI BOB ALPER

Saturday, January 21 at 7:30pm
LOCATION: Sabes JCC

SAVE THE DATE HOW DO YOU SPELL CHANUKAH?? The Jewish Alternative to the Usual Holiday Fare

Rabbi Bob Alper, the rabbi-comedian with a 30-year comedy career, draws tremendous media attention, and among others, has been seen on The Early Show, The Today Show, Good Morning America, Showtime, BBC, and CNN. He is the author of Life Doesn’t Get Any Better Than This, The Rabbi Confesses, and Thanks. I Needed That.

Recommended for 18+.

Purchase tickets for Sabes JCC Events $12 Advance;
$14 Same Day

Ticket includes pre-show reception with food and drink at 6:30PM.


THEATRE OF FOOLS PRESENTS SERIOUS NONSENSE

Sunday, January 22 at 2:00pm
LOCATION: Sabes JCC

SAVE THE DATE HOW DO YOU SPELL CHANUKAH?? The Jewish Alternative to the Usual Holiday Fare

For 25 years Theatre of Fools’ founders Lloyd Brant and Rosie Cole have toured their unique brand of absurd theatrics to festivals and theaters across the USA. They have performed at many diverse venues from the Guthrie Theatre to Disneyland. Serious Nonsense weaves theater, circus, and magic into a unique fun filled show perfect for the entire family. All ages welcome!

ALL AGES WELCOME.

Purchase tickets for Sabes JCC Events $10 Advance; $12 Same Day;
Free for children 12 and under


The Sabes Jewish Community Center and the St Paul Jewish Community Center are multifaceted organizations offering educational, social, cultural, recreational, and fitness to the entire community. Program and service areas include early childhood education, health & fitness, recreation, Jewish arts & humanities, senior services, afterschool programs, day camp, special events and more.