$39 – NY Times-Praised One-Man Comedy in Atlanta, Reg. $65
This offer includes all performances, including weekend evenings and matinees.
The New York Times praises "My Son the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy" as "distinctly original" and "powerfully poignant." Travelzoo members can save more than 30% on tickets when the show visits Atlanta.
Tickets are $39 (reg. $65) for all performances May 18 - June 3 at the 7 Stages Theatre:
- Thursdays at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
- Fridays at 8 p.m.
- Saturdays at 2 p.m.
"My Son the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy" was created by and stars Brad Zimmerman, an actor and comedian who opened for Joan Rivers for many years. It tells an inspiring story about the passion to make it as an artist and the rewards of never giving up. The San Diego Union Tribune says the "humor in the piece is universal."
See a sneak peek of the show.
What's the Catch?
Extra fee is $6 per ticket, but that's the standard charge on all tickets.
Book by May 17.
When You Can Go
Select shows May 18 - June 3
More than 30%
How to Book
Book online at 'My Son the Waiter: A Jewish Tragedy'
- Under the calendar dates, click "Apply Discount Code," enter TRAZ, then click "Submit."
- Select a date as part of the Travelzoo offer, then choose your desired time.
- Select a seat, then click "Continue."
- Review your order, then click "Continue."
- Choose your ticket delivery method, then click "Continue."
- Log in or sign up to complete purchase.
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