Directed by Gary Abrahams, Bad Jews is a story about family relationships, cultural identity, as well as grief, loss and legacy.
Three cousins have reunited on the evening of their grandfather’s funeral, to celebrate his life, and stake their claim.
And, like every family gathering, chaos ensues.
A cramped Manhattan apartment becomes the battle ground for a viciously hilarious quarrel about family, faith and legacy as three cousins fight for a treasured family heirloom.
One of the biggest comedy hits on Broadway and West End, this play is a must see for July.
Words by Megan Laws
Details: Bad Jews | Cremorne Theatre, Queensland Performing Arts Centre | 12 July to 31 July 2016 | 100 minutes – no interval | $68 – $79*