SAN JOSE, CA — Actor/comedian Brad Zimmerman will bring his hit New York comedy to San Jose this year in his highly praised autobiographical comedy, My Son the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy. The show will run at the Montgomery Theater from October 10-27, and tickets are on sale now. [Click here for event information]
My Son the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy is the story of Zimmerman’s struggle to fulfill his dream and “make it” as a comedic actor in New York. One-part standup, one-part theatrical, and all parts uproarious, this show has garnered rave reviews wherever it has played, including sold-out runs, in Off Broadway, Philadelphia, Boston, Atlanta, Toronto, San Diego, Thousand Oaks, Huntington Beach, Palm Beach, New Brunswick and dozens of other cities throughout the USA.
Every mother dreams her children will grow up to be happy, healthy and successful. According to this show, every Jewish mother secretly – and often not so secretly – adds specifics to her wish: a doctor, a lawyer, a dentist, or these days, a Silicon Valley tycoon would make her very happy. Brad Zimmerman’s mother has finally adapted to her “actor-waiter” son’s career choice and financial situation: “If all goes well, I think Brad is going to buy a bookcase,” she boasts to her friends. [Read More]