Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Kosher Comedy Tour Leaves 'em Laughing From Right to Left

Three popular Jewish comedians have been touring Florida the last few months putting on sold-out comedy shows called "Kosher Comedy Tour:  Laughing From Right to Left."

Peter Fogel, Sharon Daniels, and Stu Moss have recreated the feeling of reliving an evening at a Catskills resort hotel.  Their schedule for the rest of the year hasn't been posted yet, but watch for announcements of them appearing in your area.

Fogel has worked on over 18 major television shows, and has given motivational keynote speeches at conferences and corporations across America.

He has shared the stage with Dennis Leary, Ray Romano, Jon Stewart, to name a few. His witty material  as entertained audiences for more than two decades as he serves up rapid-fire jokes along with poignant observations.

He is a regular featured performer in top comedy venues around the country such as Catch a Rising Star, The Improvisation, LA's famed The Comedy Store, and Dangerfield’s.

Daniels was educated at the Hebrew Academy of Cleveland and is the granddaughter of a well-known rabbi.   She has developed a wide range of hilarious impersonations of comedians, actors, vocalists, and well known personalities – both female and male.

She was featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show, was a finalist on 30 Seconds To Fame, and had a recent spot on The Tonight Show. She was awarded the “Cloney” for the Best Female Celebrity Impressionist by the International Guild of Celebrity Impersonators and Tribute Artists in 2003 and 2004.

Moss has toured with some of the biggest names in entertainment – Air Supply, The Beach Boys, The Bee Gee’s, George Benson, Michael Bolton, Peabo Bryson, Chicago, Gregory Hines, Kenny G, Patti La Belle, Johnny Mathis, Jeffrey Osborne, Dolly Parton, and for the past twelve years, Engelbert Humperdinck.

You may have seen him performing on the biggest cruise line vessels in the industry, Las Vegas, Lake Tahoe, and Atlantic City. His television credits include Showtime, Comedy Central, Chicago Hope and NYPD Blue.

Now that you've met them, sit back, relax, and laugh with them in three video clips from the show.  If you watch them consecutively, you'll be seeing 10 minutes from the show.


  1. a great show better than catskills on broadway

  2. i agree, much newer and fresher than catskills on broadway
    if they come to your city go see them