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Comedy NIght with Big Al Muskovitz and author of The Last Testament A memoir by God by david Javerbaum
The Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan
Detroit’s 61st Annual Jewish Book Fair will be held November 7-18 and will feature leading figures from the arts, entertainment, politics, business and journalism . The event will include presentations at both JCC campuses,
6600 W. Maple Road in West Bloomfield and 15110 W. Ten Mile Road in Oak Park.
Don’t miss Comedy Cabaret with author David Javerbaum!
Javerbaum is the lucky one to have been dictated to and finally breaking his literary silence after 1,400 years, God talks about everything from creation to the internet. That’s a lot of material! David Javerbaum is one of the funniest people ALIVE! The winner of 11 Emmys for his work as head writer and executive producer of “The Daily Show,” he won a Grammy for “A Colbert Christmas.” His new book is collaboration with God, and it’s HIS memoir.
The master of ceremonies will be Alan “Big Al” Muskovitz who worked as a sidekick, writer, producer and impersonator for National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame radio personality “Dick Purtan and Purtan’s People” for 18 years. He’s an independent writer, producer, speaker, emcee, actor and voice-over talent.
More About Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit
The Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit is a sprawling campus at the corner of Drake and West Maple. The campus features a pizza restaurant serving kosher food, a large hockey rink, theater and many more facilities for activities. In addition, the Jewish Community Center also houses the Henry and Delia Meyers Library, which offers a large collection of Judaica-themed fiction, nonfiction, DVDs and music, as well as secular-themed items. The library has free Internet access and is open to the general public.