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- One ticket to My Son The Waiter—A Jewish Tragedy
- When: select dates, Wednesday, April 23–Saturday, May 10
- Where: The Regent Theatre
- Door time: one hour before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.
Seating Options * $35 for balcony seating at a Wednesday or Thursday performance (up to $50 value) * $41 for orchestra seating at a Wednesday or Thursday performance (up to $50 value) * $42 for balcony seating at a Friday, Saturday, or Sunday performance (up to $60 value) * $48 for orchestra seating at a Friday, Saturday, or Sunday performance (up to $60 value) * Click here to view the seating chart.
My Son The Waiter—A Jewish Tragedy
Brad Zimmerman isn’t a doctor, doesn’t own a giant mansion in Florida, and hasn’t put a multi-million business up for sale. He is, however, a veteran actor and standup who has opened for George Carlin and Joan Rivers, and appeared on The Sopranos. It doesn’t seem to be enough to make his mother brag about him, though. In My Son The Waiter—A Jewish Tragedy, Zimmerman intersperses humorous quotes from his mother with stories of his childhood, his acting career, and his romantic endeavors. In the process, he both illustrates his tenacity in breaking into a fickle industry and inspires viewers to go after what they truly love. It’s a message that resonates with audiences—Everybody Loves Raymond’s Brad Garrett calls it “hysterical, heartfelt, timely and poignant,” while Palm Beach Arts declares it “an absolute must-see.”
“It's a great comedy..go see it with your significant other!! Very, very funny and will give both of you a lot of laughs!,”
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