Friday, May 9, 2014
Take a Jewish nonbeliever, put her in a synagogue with gospel singers, and in an Easter service in a church with a husband who's starving from breakfast deprivation and thinks the wafers and wine being distributed are a kind of kiddush, and what do you get?
Well, of course it's Annie Korzen, Seinfeld's Doris Klompus, Old Jews Telling Jokes veteran, and storyteller extraordinaire who blends these experiences into a funny story and a lesson about being an outsider.
As the story unfolds, we and the audience are treated to Annie's funny observations on the differences between Jews and Lutherans in the way they dress and the foods they serve on their buffet tables
We've featured Annie before on Jewish Humor Central, with her stories about her son's wedding and her post-partum blues, and a video clip of her Yenta Unplugged solo show.
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