“Laughter: The Universal Language”
Interfaith Comedy Cabaret Featuring
Rabbi Bob Alper & Mohammed Amer
Saturday, November 10, 2012
7:30 – 9:30 pm; a cabaret style performance, a variety of desserts and coffees will be served
Congregation Beth-El Zedeck, 600 W. 70th St., Indianapolis
Renowned comedians Rabbi Bob Alper and Mohammed Amer come together to present an interfaith evening of humor. Laughter helps build community.
Bob Alper was ordained as a rabbi but began his comedy career in 1986 when he entered a comedy contest. He's been seen on Good Morning America, CBS Morning Show, Showtime, CNN, Comedy Central, and was featured on Extra.
Mohammed Amer was born in Kuwait to Palestinian parents and fled Kuwait during the Gulf War. Settling in Houston, he developed his comedy as a teen. He’s performed in 16 countries including USO shows for our troops in Iraq.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit Congregation Beth-El Zedeck at www.bez613.org.
Presented by The Alan and Linda Cohen Center for Jewish Learning and Living at Congregation Beth-El Zedeck in partnership with Center for Interfaith Cooperation, Christian Theological Seminary, and the Muslim Alliance of Indiana. This program is a Spirit and Place event.
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