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OVERVIEW

Zalmy lives a double life. By day, he drives a Chabad “Mitzvah Tank” through 1990s New York City, performing good deeds with his best friend Shmuel. By night, he sneaks out of his orthodox community to roller-skate and listen to rock and roll. But when a curious outsider offers him unfettered access to the secular world, is it worth jeopardizing everything he's ever known? This road-trip bromance is a funny and heartwarming ode to the turbulence of youth, the universal suspicion that we don't quite fit in, and the faith and friends that see us through.

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Performance Information

Runtime
80 minutes, no intermission.
Warnings

This production contains strobe lighting effects, cursing, and secular music. Not recommended to those under the age of 12. Children under 6 years of age will not be admitted.

Please note that post-show talkbacks will not be held for this production. The previously scheduled talkbacks have been cancelled.

Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater
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