Synagogue comedy night? JCC fund-raising event? Federation Dinner?


Event planners love Ivy Stand-up’s expert performers—
America’s top clean standup comics. Temple Brotherhoods/Men’s Clubs, Synagogue Sisterhoods/Women’s Clubs all love our Jewish & non-Jewish comedians and praise our professionalism, on and off stage.

Standup comedy is a fabulous evening (or afternoon) of fund-raising & ruach you and your congregants will love.   Year after year.

 

Orthodox, Reform, Conservative, Young Israel, Hasidic, Reconstructionist, Chabad, Ashkenazi, Jewish Renewal, Humanistic, Sephardic, it doesn’t matter…
After all,    What’s more Jewish than comedy?sm

 

More than just clean comedy, Ivy Stand-up offers several features not available anywhere else- ask for details.


We work with only a select group of hand-picked pro comedians. From four Tonight Show hosts to patients & their families at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center to embassies, senior citizens groups and even the U.S. Army War College— they’ve all loved our comedians!

And so will you and your congregation.

 

Ivy Stand-upsm is run by a Wharton-educated, award-winning economist and former Bank Hapoalim vice president. Ask for information on how Ivy Stand-upsm can help you

● Raise funds
● Build community spirit and togetherness
● Enhance your special events
● Use entertainment to add more fun to your organization

 

Additional information on hiring comedians for a temple comedy night


Shaun Eli can also emcee & enhance your singles night.


Invest in your happiness! Have a comedy show.
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Let’s get started. To reserve a date or to ask questions, call, write or email:
Shaun Eli Breidbart

Comedian & Executive Director
The Ivy League of Comedysm
Liberty Comedy Corp.
P.O. Box 360H
Scarsdale, NY 10583
phone (914) It’s Funny (914 487-3866)
Shaun {at} TheIvyLeagueofComedy {dot} com
And be sure to ask about our special and unique multi-temple discount.

 

Rav Beroka of Bei Hozae was often in the market of Bei Lapat.  There he would meet Elijah.  Once he said to Elijah:  “Is there anyone in this market who has earned eternal life?”
Elijah said to him: “No.”
They were standing there when two men came along.  Elijah said to him:  “These men have earned eternal life.”
Rav Beroka went to them and said:  “What do you do?”
They replied:  “We are jesters, and make the sad to laugh.”
(Talmud)