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Tag: One-man Show
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They're breakin' out the fine china for two big Jewish entertainers today. As if seven Emmy's and five Golden Globes weren't enough, Ed Asner racks up another award "for his tireless contributions" to FirstStage Theatre, an organization dedicated to helping writers refine...
June 17, 1999 | 8:00 pm"I went into therapy because I needed to resolve a horrible conflict," Martin Lewis reveals in his delightfully cheeky one-man show, "Great Exploitations! An Audience With Martin Lewis." "I happen to be obviously British, but also Jewish."
Lewis, who believes he's "the only...