Sunday, January 17, 2010


Called one of America’s Best Comics—Brad Zimmerman serves up laughs in

“My Son the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy”

@ The Rosendale Theatre on Sunday, January 17 at 8 pm

Ticket Price: $12.50; Tickets can be reserved or purchased at the box office at showtime.

Zimmerman is an actor/comic who opened for George Carlin during the last two years of Carlin’s life—he presently opens for Joan Rivers and Brad Garrett as well as headlining nationwide on his own. Zimmerman may be remembered one of his TV acting gigs as Johnny Sacks lawyer, Ron Pearse in The Sopranos. His latest one-man show, “My Son the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy” is a combination of theater and standup—cited by Ray Romano’s manager as “Brilliant!”

This theatrical-comedic show is performed in his inimitable comic style weaving an intricate and bittersweet tale of one man's lengthy struggle to make it as an actor in New York. His homey send-ups on his childhood, family, career and misbegotten love life are as warm and poignant as they are hilarious.

Zimmerman said, "This show is completely autobiographical—if you haven't made a penny acting in ten years and you have a Jewish mother, you're going to have conversations. Those are in the play."

It’s also been said that Zimmerman's material isn't just funny, it's provocative and moving.

Brad Zimmerman performed some excerpts from his brand new one man show. He was hysterically funny, brilliant and captured the attention of all who attended. Brad is a comedian and actor who lights up the stage with his endless energy and humor. He has a very special connection to his audience and no matter how many attendees there are and seems to have the unique ability to reach out and touch the hearts of the entire crowd.

For more information and reservations call Rochelle Riservato at 845-658-9613 or email her at and put Brad Zimmerman Show in the subject line, please. Tickets can be reserved or purchased at the Rosendale Theatre Box Office on show date. Theatre: 845-658-8989

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