PERFORMING ARTS

Bad Jews at QPAC

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 grandfatherโ€™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 โ€“ no interval | $68 – $79*

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