Shalom Dammit is a new comedy that bashes religious stereotypes, and you’ll be too busy laughing to feel the barbs directed at you and some of your closest friends. Billed as a comedy with music, Shalom Dammit this stars the self-proclaimed Rabbi Sol Solomon, offering wit and wisdom on world religions, intolerance, Christianity, Arabs and Muslims, the Holocaust and other aspects of modern Jewish life. Punctuating the Rabbi’s sermon will be such songs as “Then You’re Jewish,” “I Know What Goys Like” and “When Jewish is What You Are”. The play runs for just one week, Tuesday, March 13 through Saturday, March 17th, at the Richmond Shepard Theater, 309 East 26th St. at Second Avenue. Tickets are $18, and $15 for seniors and students. There is open seating is on a “first-come, first-disturbed” basis. Rabbi Solomon says you don’t have to be Jewish to relate or enjoy, but asks that Gentiles use the side entrance and don’t touch anything. And that’s just the start of the snarky one-liners. Check out the Shalom Dammit website for more info on the show and rabbi’s special expertise, kvetching. Oy!
You are here: / / Off-Broadway comedy bashes religious stereotypes, starring a singing rabbi