Don't miss the Broadway comedy event of the summer! After three sold-out Off-Broadway engagements and successful runs across the U.S. and U.K., Alex Edelman's Just For Us comes to Broadway for two months only. Get Alex Edelman: Just For Us tickets on TodayTix.
Just For Us is truly "just" for everyone — including you, your family, your friends, and even celebrities like Sarah Jessica Parker, Jerry Seinfeld, and Steve Martin, who have all seen and loved the show. Edelman packs his set with wall-to-wall laughs as he discusses an ASL-fluent gorilla, his Olympic-athlete brother — and, oh yeah, the time he, a Jewish man, snuck into a neo-Nazi meeting to see what their deal was. You have hear his tale to believe it — and to believe how hilarious it is.
Plus, it's not every day you get to see stand-up comedy in a grand Broadway theatre — and still at a great price. If you missed its Off-Broadway runs, this is the place to catch Just For Us. See why The New York Times named the show a Critic's Pick, calling it "belly-laugh funny," and New York Theatre Guide hailed Edelman as "top-notch."
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Alex Edelman: Just For Us is a comedy show that, at first, might not sound very comedic. Edelman's central story is about how he received a wave of anti-Semitic hate from white nationalists on Twitter. Horrified but intrigued, Edelman browsed their Twitter profiles and found out about a meeting these nationalists were hosting in the next borough over. He decided to see what his haters were like when not behind a screen, and whether he, as a light-skinned man, could possibly convince them that Jews aren't all that different from them.
The show is side-splittingly funny, but Edelman also explores the nuances (or lack thereof) within online discourse, his own relationship to Jewishness and whiteness, and how far human empathy can go.
Just For Us had its world premiere in 2018 in Melbourne, Australia and later went up in Edinburgh, Scotland at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, both times to acclaim. Edelman has since performed the show in London, Boston, and Washington, D.C.
The show's first New York run was in winter 2021 at the Cherry Lane Theatre, its second was at SoHo Playhouse, and popular demand earned it a third at the Greenwich House Theater — the three Off-Broadway runs collectively got extended six times.
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