Alex Edelman: Just For Us
Ends Feb 19
Alex Edelman: Just For Us

Alex Edelman: Just For Us NYC Reviews and Tickets

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Funny, Entertaining, Clever, Hilarious, Thought-provoking

An anecdotal solo show from comedian Alex Edelman. 

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Member Reviews (17)

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Entertaining, Relevant, Thought-provoking, Intelligent, Hilarious

See it if You want to see a smart funny show that will make you think and laugh. Topical without being divisive. Great storytelling.

Don't see it if You’re anti Semitic, homophobic or racist. Read more

Indulgent, Disappointing, Ambitious, Banal, Cliched

See it if If you like jewish humor. Some of it was funny.He is not as good as other jewish comics, jackie Mason etc

Don't see it if If you don't understand jewish culture.

Clever, Hilarious, Funny

See it if You like storytelling comedy.

Don't see it if You have no connection to New York City or Jewish culture. You'll miss too many references.

Edgy, Thought-provoking, Irreverent, Hilarious, Entertaining

See it if excellent standup with a special New York bent will amuse you for an hour.

Don't see it if you need a longer, multi-character theatrical event to make leaving home worthwhile.

You don't have to be jewish to enjoy this terrific stand-up comedian

See it if A polished stand-up comic with great timing and delivery. He's a charmer who had us in stitches. Largely Jewish humor with universal appeal

Don't see it if you don't like stand-up. Very intelligent humor with belly laughs, too. His story about visiting a neo-Nazi meeting in Queens is priceless.

Absorbing, Clever, Funny, Relevant, Thought-provoking

See it if Very funny stand up routine about an Orthodox Jewish man's encounter with a White Suprematist group.

Don't see it if Actually I walked away thinking this was a show for everyone to see--- very entertaining and digestible-- not angry- or didactic-- Read more


See it if Your looking for a fun evening of storytelling.

Don't see it if You’re looking for a solo show that is a play. Read more

Dated, Cliched, Slow, Overrated, Disappointing

See it if You are into hearing new comedians, who aren’t funny, but just talk about their life experiences!

Don't see it if Don’t waste your time! There are better shows out there!And better, more entertaining comedians.

Critic Reviews (3)

Time Out New York
December 8th, 2021

"4/5 Stars! His account of reactionary repartee serves as a framing device for a deeper dive into questions of identity and the limits of empathy. Edleman deftly interweaves disparate tales...into a portrait of the entertainer as a young Jewish man in a polarized society. But he does this without pulling any punchlines: The laughs are plentiful."
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New York Theater
December 8th, 2021

I was initially puzzled as to why a man whose full name is David Yosef Shimon ben Elazar Reuven Alex Halevi Edelman would go to a meeting of white supremacist antisemites — unless he was a stand-up comedian who thought he could get a show out of it. And so he has…. leans more toward disparate jokes and funny stories than a focused comic narrative.
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The Wrap
December 8th, 2021

"Edelman taps into much heftier material than his usual riffs about Koko, the sign-language-using gorilla...Throughout, Edelman emerges as a disarming charmer whom you might imagine could ingratiate himself — at least for a while — even with people who object to his very existence. And one who not only lived to tell the tale, but tells it with wit and flare. Can you believe it?"
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