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Join us for a Passover Comedy show featuring Arielle Kaplan, FreddyG, Eitan Levine, and Jess Salomon

When the Seder's over, let's laugh! We can't have bread but we can enjoy jokes.

To keep the excitement around my Haggadah, "Don't Fuhaggadahboudit," going, I produced a Jewish comedy show with four amazing NYC comedians and writers hosted at West Side Comedy Club on Weds, April 20, 2022. Let's kvetch about all things Jewish and Passover, and maybe even 4/20 too.

I'm a fan of all four comedians, and am especially excited that this will be Arielle Kaplan's debut show.

Haggadahs will be available for purchase at the event and our "Come and get me" afikomen tee and "Don't Fuhaggadahboudit" tee.

I'm also hosting a second-night seder on April 16, but added this event to offer something for those who are spending the holiday with family. Read more about the comedians below. Special thanks to my sister for creating the adorable event poster.

Join us!


Dinner and Matzah available.

Show runs 7:00-8:00 PM

Two Item Minimum

Passover comedy lineup

Arielle Kaplan is a Jewish culture writer, educational-comedy podcaster, and seductress of Zion. Follow her on Instagram: @whoregasmic and Twitter: @buffyfangirl94 .

FreddyG is a standup up comic from NYC. His joke videos have over 3 million views on Instagram and 15 Million on Tiktok. He has also performed on Sirius XM and NPR. Check him out on Tiktok, Instagram, and Twitter @Orangefreddyg.

Eitan Levine is a New York based writer and comedian/human theme park. He has written for New York Times and New York Magazine. Follow him @eitanthegoalie. You may know him from his popular video series, "Jewish or Antisemitic?"

Jess Salomon is a New York based Canadian comedian, who has appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Jess handles dark, sometimes dirty and often political topics with a light touch. Follow her on Instagram @jess_salomon

Produced, hosted, and doodled by Danielle Brody

Danielle is an author, cartoonist, and marketer. She has performed standup at QED and Union Hall. In 2020, she started drawing cartoons about her life and Judaism. Now, she is the founder and creative director of Danielle in Doodles. She published "Don't Fuhaggadahboudit," a hilarious Haggadah based in NYC. Follow her on Instagram @danielleindoodles and @jewsindoodles.


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