The Jackie Mason Musical
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The Jackie Mason Musical
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The Jackie Mason Musical NYC Reviews and Tickets

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(4 Reviews)
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Delightful, Funny, Entertaining, Thought-provoking, Ambitious

About the Show

Legendary comic Jackie Mason's 10 year love affair with a teacher/belly-dancer is told by their lovechild comedian Sheba Mason.

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Delightful, Great acting, Great singing, Great writing, Hilarious

See it if you are a fan of Jackie Mason or his brand of of ribald stand up comedy, want to learn about his personality/history, and enjoy musicals.

Don't see it if you are offended by NY/Miami Jewish stereotypes, sexism, male infidelity, out of wedlock maternity, don’t like standup comedy/burlesque Read more

75
Thought-provoking, Clever, Delightful, Funny, Entertaining

See it if You enjoy the background life of an iconic comedian written by his wife and starring his daughter. Fun show— in words and songs.

Don't see it if You want big broadway productions.

85
Ambitious, Dated, Original, Thought-provoking, Quirky

See it if you like original solo performances

Don't see it if you don't like off-Broadway productions

100
Absorbing, Enchanting, Funny, Delightful, Entertaining

See it if Compelling true story with the adorable SHEBA Mason and cast of 7. Great music. Counting it among my faves.

Don't see it if You come to see Jackie Mason himself. A far more handsome guy plays Jackie.

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