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The BJDS Laugh Factory Comedy Night

Join us for an adults-only post-Purim night of hamentaschen and hilarity!  An evening of comedy featuring:

Aysha Wax
Aysha Wax is an actress, writer and comedian in LA. She is a founding member of the improve group The Associates of Awe­some. She performs regularly at the Upright Citizens Brigade, Improv Olympics & the Westside Comedy Theater. Aysha has studied improv and sketch writing at the Groundlings and the Up­right Citizens Brigade. Aysha is currently performing her one woman show based on her hilarious adventures as a Hebrew school teacher called “Hebrew School Hoarh!”

Abby November
Abby November has performed stand up throughout the South­west, Fl, TX & NY. Dr Abby often combines health and humor to do workshops for religious groups, cancer patients and survivors as well as Alta Kakkas such as herself. November has a PhD in Nutrition, but her best loved fame is being super Bubbe.

Richard Schad
Rich Schad is an amateur comic and has performed locally at Comedy Works, Wits End, Jazz at Jacks, and Nissi’s. Rich is currently acting in Beau Jest, at Louisville Coal Creek’s Commu­nity Theater production. “Richard has comedy in his blood —Too bad, it’s not in his act.”

Sunday, March 20th, 7:30pm—9pm. At the Boulder Jewish Community Center, 3800 Kalmia Avenue.  $20 admission, and desserts and wine will be served. To purchase tickets in advance,
please call (303) 449-5569.

Childcare will be available at the Boulder Jewish Day School.
$10 per child. RSVP for more information and to reserve a spot:  (303) 449-5569.

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