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Friday, February 15 • 10:15pm - 11:30pm
The Black-Jew Dialogues

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What's so funny about two American minorities that have slavery, the KKK, and chicken livers in common? You’ll find out in this hilarious two-actor play on the history and absurdity of prejudice and racism. This fast-paced show combines sketches, improvisations, puppets, a game show, and audience participation. We are touring the United States and Canada. The Jewish Advocate calls us “entertaining and enlightening.” The Courant wrote, "Matzah and Motown meet Avenue Q!”

Presenters
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Ron Jones

Ron has been an actor, director, and trainer developing socially relevant theatre for over twenty-five years. He co-created/wrote and tours the award-winning social-justice comedy The Black-Jew Dialogues with co-creator/writer Larry Jay Tish. Ron co-founded the Emmy award-winning program Urban Improv - a theatre organization which uses improvisation to help young people deal with real life issues. He has been an instructor or guest lecturer at... Read More →
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Larry Jay Tish

Larry is a playwright, actor, improviser, poet, copywriter, short story, TV and travel writer as well as educator. He co-created/wrote and tours the award-winning social-justice comedy The Black-Jew Dialogues with co-creator/writer Ron Jones. Larry was a freelance copywriter for ten years in Philadelphia, Los Angeles, New York, and Boston. Larry’s acting credits include work in theater, film, TV and radio. His latest play The Last Jews... Read More →


Friday February 15, 2013 10:15pm - 11:30pm
Woodbridge & Piscataway ballroom level