Two Jews walk into a theatre...

Theatre, Comedy
Two men talk and point at each other
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[Sponsored] There’ll be plenty of laughter and very little propriety as these two performers meet as their fathers on stage

If you’ve ever felt like you’re turning into your father (or mother) you’ll appreciate the honest and insightful humour behind Two Jews walk into a theatre...

Theatre-maker and performer Brian Lipson and choreographer and ex-dancer Gideon Obarzanek embody their dads as they perform an imagined meeting between the two fathers.

Structured as a series of improvised conversations about their sons, the theatre and the world at large, the men share their intense likes, dislikes and disappointments. Theatre, comedy and dance collide as this odd couple fire verbal volleys that hit way too close to home.

Two Jews walk into a theatre... is featuring in the first UnWrapped series at the Sydney Opera House, which gives audiences the opportunity to see contemporary Australian performances rarely staged beyond their premier seasons.

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