Coming to NY October 29th, 2018 In a few days, I'll be on my way to the States for a mix of standup, presentations, and more. 12 years in Israel has

        Preferences  
Newsletter banner
Tie copy

Click for full schedule

Coming to NY

October 29th, 2018

In a few days, I'll be on my way to the States for a mix of standup, presentations, and more. 12 years in Israel has awoken my inner Israeli who asked me a few days ago, "Hey, why not fill your free evening in NYC by producing your own show?" After finding a venue and creating a FB event, my inner American responded, "What are you, nuts?! You're going to sell enough tickets in two weeks to fill a room?"

If you live in or have friends in New York, won't you spread the word by inviting them to this? It's Saturday night in Manhattan, what else is there to do?

To talk to me about a 2019 program in your community, reply to this message.

***
Jodi II

Click for more testimonials....

Visiting Israel?

Whether it's a synagogue trip, organizational mission, or a youth program, why would you need a comedy show on your itinerary?

You wouldn't. However...

Though you'll cover the religion, politics and geography, you might need help understanding the people. What a shame to leave wondering why the service was slow or your driver was rude. Let's just say "it's complicated". To enrich your experience, see the world in a new way, and even find out what the locals think of you, talk to me about some fun and eye-opening additions to your program. Don't believe me? Check out the quote above....

***
IMG 4321

Captain Ayub of "Fauda"

Descending on Tel Aviv

A few years ago, I shared my thoughts about the need to highlight Tel Aviv in program itineraries. If you've spent time here recently, you can't have missed the growing number of tourists, program participants, and immigrants who feel the same. Last week, for the first time ever, the Jewish Federations of North America held their annual General Assembly in Tel Aviv, bringing together professionals and lay leaders from the two biggest Jewish communities in the world. On behalf of the Times of Israel, I did a few short interviews with some attendees to talk about the Israel-Diaspora relationship.

From the convention center, it was off to Park HaYarkon to help MC the Masa Israel Journey opening event (also their first in Tel Aviv!), and then to an event of Limmud Israel to lead a workshop on cultural differences. Things are happening here...now if I just can figure out how to get into Eurovision 2019.

As for the photo, you "Fauda" may recognize Captain Ayub who stopped by the Masa event. 3000 people spending their year here is something to celebrate!

facebook instagram linkedin twitter wordpress youtube
1px