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Sean Altman’s comedy-song-concert Jewmongous
Sean Altman’s comedy-song-concert Jewmongous
PUTNEY- Next Stage Arts Project presents Sean Altman’s Jewmongous on Friday, December 22, at 7:30 pm.

Ex-Rockapella star Altman’s unkosher comedy-song-concert Jewmongous is “tuneful and sharply witty” (Los Angeles Times). Altman combines “the tunefulness of the Beatles and the spot-on wit of Tom Lehrer” (Boston Globe) with a “silky tenor voice that produced chills” (New York Times).

Altman is one of “New York’s finest comedians” (New York Times) and “a terrific singer and a songwriter with an ear-equally attuned to comic satire and the power of pop music” (The New Yorker) who “writes hilarious and irreverent acoustic rock songs about his awakening Jewish awareness” (Jerusalem Post) to make you “laugh your tuchis off” (Time Out).

All faiths and the faithless are welcome but due to occasional potty-mouthedness it is not appropriate for kids under 16 unless they’re training to be sailors.

Tickets are $20 in advance or $24 at the door, available online or at the Putney Co-op or Turn It Up in Brattleboro. Next Stage is located at 15 Kimball Hill and features a newly-renovated, accessible performance space.

For more information visit www.jewmongous.com. Information about upcoming events at Next Stage and more can be found at www.nextstagearts.org.
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