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Showtime on the Hudson
Showtime on the Hudson
An evening of music and laughter for the family
Saturday, November 10
8 pm (doors open 7:30 pm)
Starring highly acclaimed comedian Cory Kahaney
Grand finalist in the first season of NBC’s Last Comic Standing. Her off-Broadway hit “The J.A.P. Show” ran for six months in New York City and continues to tour the country, re-named “The Princesses of Comedy” Voted best comedian in NYC by Backstage Magazine and best female comedian by the Manhattan Association of Cabarets.
Featuring comedian Lenny Marcus and the Jewish Music Man, Paul Zim
Opening the show - playing Jazz, Blues, and Rock
Mitch Weiss and the Mike Barnett Band with guest vocalist Ally Weiss
There will be a brief intermission between the music and comedy portion of the show. Snacks and soft drinks will be served.
Tickets $36 per person
Premium reserved seating $60 per person
Special offer: teen ticket $18 with the purchase of a full price ticket.
|Where||Congregation Gesher Shalom 1449 Anderson Ave, Fort Lee, NJ 07024|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||8:00 pm–10:30 pm|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Teens, Families, Seniors|
|Price||$36 per person, $18 teen ticket, $60 premium reserved seating|
More About Congregation Gesher Shalom
Gesher Shalom is a Conservative, egalitarian synagogue affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. It is a spiritual, cultural and social learning center located in the heart of Fort Lee. Given its convenient location, the synagogue boasts members from Manhattan, Bergen, Passaic, Essex and Union Counties. The modest-looking but expansive building houses a gym, a sanctuary, a social hall and multiple classrooms. The synagogue offers adult education, a Hebrew school, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah program, youth groups, a sisterhood and men's groups. It also hosts special events throughout the year such as its holiday bazaar and cabaret.
Formerly known as the Jewish Community Center of Fort Lee, Gesher Shalom changed its name shortly after the events of 9/11. Gesher Shalom, which translates as "Bridge of Peace" is so named because of its proximity to the George Washington Bridge. But honoring its history and the legacy of its founding members, the synagogue also retains its original name.