Mon, Feb 20|
Mitzvah or Shandah Live
A hilarious, interactive show debating morally ambiguous Jewish topics with your favorite NYC personalities.
Time & Location
Feb 20, 2023, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
New York, 21 A Clinton St, New York, NY 10002, USA
About the event
You light candles for Shabbat but accidentally start a fire.
You go to synagogue services but talk the whole time.
You go on Birthright and never come back to the US....
Are those situations a mitzvah (good) or a shandah (sort of bad)?
Let's find out with a panel of comedians and Jewish personalities:
Radio host and comedian Chanel Omari
Internet personality Talia Lichtstein
Rapper Kosha Dillz
Writer Arielle Kaplan
Watch us take the hit conversational card game “Mitzvah or Shandah” live for the second time. The show is interactive, hilarious, and very Jewish (but all are welcome!!) By the end, we'll hear from the audience and uncover the biggest mensch and menace.
Cartoonist and game creator Danielle Brody (aka Jews in Doodles) will host and moderate.
*Talent is subject to change
Chanel Omari is a comedian, TV Host, producer, writer, and actress. She's the host of @chanelinthecitypodcast and @theallstarcomedyshow. She co-starred in Bravo TV's "Princesses Long Island" in 2012.
Talia Lichtstein is a rapidly growing online personality known for her blunt honesty, vlog-style documentation of her chaotic early 20s lifestyle, and unapologetic “hot takes” on everything from pop culture to politics. She is frequently referred to as “Gen Z-bowitz” for articulating what most feel they can’t say out loud. Talia has garnered more than 1 million TikTok followers.
Kosha Dillz has toured the entire world with everyone from Matisyahu to Rza of the Wu Tang Clan and more, he has become a mainstay in the Hip Hop World and beyond, playing Paid Dues festival, BK Hip Hop Festival, SXSW, CMJ, Rock The Bells, and Vans Warped Tour. You can watch him on the latest season of MTV's Wild N' Out on VH1.
Arielle Kaplan is a Jewish culture writer, educational-comedy podcaster, and seductress of Zion.