Tuesday, September 16, 2014 Elul 21, 5774
Cost:
$69 (advance)/ $80 (door) includes dinner, the show, tax and tip. The only thing you pay for is alcoholic beverages.
Location:
1023 Race Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
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Moo Shu Jew Show

December 24, 2013 6:00 PM

It’s Christmas Eve – what’s a Jew to do?

The Moo Shu Jew Show was created by comedian Cory Kahaney.  She figured most Jews go out for Chinese food and a movie on Christmas Eve, and The Moo Shu Jew Show was born. It’s an All Star Comedy show with great food and even better Jewish comedians. If you usually eat Chinese food at Christmas and you love to laugh, this is going to be the hottest ticket in town!

Cory Kahaney is back this year to headline the show! Also starring comedians Mike Fine and Harrison Greenbaum.

Enjoy a multi course Chinese Banquet with family and friends. Just as you’re cracking open your fortune cookie the show will begin. The show runs a little over 90 minutes.

What a way to spend Christmas Eve! This event sells out every year – buy your tickets early!

LOCATION: Ocean Harbor Restaurant in Philadelphia's Chinatown

For tickets and info visit mooshujewshow.com or call 215-703-7329

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