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Service With A Laugh

Never give up on your dreams.

Though you may want to give up on that iced tea refill you’ve been hoping for.

In My Son the Waiter – A Jewish Tragedy, actor/comedian Brad Zimmerman takes us on a journey of his 29 years working as a waiter while pursuing his lifelong desire to become a show business success. And, perhaps most importantly, the toll it takes on his parents whose only dream was for him to be a doctor or some other highly paid professional.

The resulting show brings together elements of standup and live theater for one hilarious night.

Just don’t forget to tip your servers.

My Son the Waiter – A Jewish Tragedy
July 12 to 29

Tickets: $45 to $65
Eisemann Center for Performing Arts
2351 Performance Drive, Richardson

Photo courtesy of mysonthewaiter.com



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