Avi Liberman's quirky style has made him a favorite in comedy clubs from Los Angeles to New York. Born in Israel, raised in Texas, having gone to college in New York, and now living in Los Angeles, his style is a winning combination of life experiences and topical issues told through a varied blend of characters and voices with worldwide expertise.
Avi has performed stand-up comedy on CBS's "Late Late Show" with Craig Ferguson on Comedy Central's "Premium Blend" and "Make Me Laugh" as well as NBC's "Friday Night!" His acting credits include "Dave's World" CBS, "Boston Common" NBC and "Andytown U.S.A." Comedy Central.
Jeff's comedy examines his particular life experiences, which include being the only white kid on his Little League team in Queens, having a Chinese wife, and raising children who call themselves "Jewnese," because it sounds better than "Chine-ish." Jeff made his national U.S. TV debut on CBS as a comedian on the "Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson," appeared in "The Pursuit of Happyness" with Will Smith, on "America's Got Talent," and plays Joey Bishop in "The Rat Pack" tribute show. A frequent guest on KGO Radio, he has opened for and performed with comic legends Robert Klein, Richard Lewis, Robin Williams, Kevin Pollak, Dana Carvey, and more.
A 20-year veteran of the comedy world, Mike Capozzola has performed in Canada, London, USA, Edinburgh and Israel. As a published cartoonist he’s contributed to TED Talks, The Humor Times, McSweeney’s, the San Francisco Chronicle, and Mad Magazine and has contributed a few dozen premises to the award-winning, nationally syndicated cartoon, BIZARRO.
Mike is the creator of the touring comedy show “You’re Funny, But You Don’t Look Jewish!” It features Italian, Indian and Vietnamese American Jewish stand-up comedians in a show about their experiences about being ‘undercover’ members of the tribe! The show has sold out performances all over the world.
Latkes are delicious. And the event is called Latkes and Laughs.
So come hungry. Scrumptious latke dinner included!
This isn’t raunchy comedy. (The venue is a Temple, after all.)
Tickets for students 13-21 are only $18.