“MY SON the Waiter, a Jewish Tragedy” will play May 2-5 at the Bickford Theatre at the Morris Museum. This comedy comes to Morristown after a West Coast tour, giving the northern New Jersey community the opportunity to experience the show that the New York Times described as “Delicious! Distinctly original … powerfully poignant,” and “Great comedy!”
The star of the sahow, Brad Zimmerman, originally from Oradell, chronicles his early days in New York City when he waited tables before his comedic career took off. Zimmerman brings his hilarious and heartfelt theatrical journey to where his own story began — New Jersey.
Zimmerman’s career highlights have included opening for giants such as Brad Garrett, Dennis Miller, Susie Essman, and Julio Iglesias.
Tickets $45, $40 seniors, $25 students, $35 museum members. For performance times or to purchase tickets, visit morrismuseum.org/theatre or call 973-971-3706.