Just in time for the High Holidays:
Yiddish vaudeville at original 1930's prices!
Admission two bits!
Shane Bertram Baker tells of his journey from acolyte at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Kansas City to king of contemporary Yiddish vaudeville with stops along the way for cheap jokes, magic, ukulele music, unpleasant stories about Sophie Tucker, hypnotism, ventriloquism, transvestism, and a Yiddish bullfight poem. Giving nothing away, he ends the show by beheading a volunteer from the audience. The show is in English and Yiddish with English supertitles.