It was a wonderful Seder. Thanks for joining us!
Super Fun Variety presents a special interactive Passover show featuring new circus acts, burlesque spectacles, and variety performances inspired by the 10 biblical plagues – plus live Klezmer dance music, a holiday pageant, prizes, food, wine, games, and more! TICKETS »
An irreverent but heartfelt performance extravaganza, the Super Fun Passover Seder invites Jews and non-Jews alike to participate in a new take on an ancient tradition. Audience members should be prepared to perform in a Seder Plate pageant, participate in call-and-response readings from the Exodus story, eat holiday snacks, and drink the four ceremonial cups of wine (give or take). Sibling sensations Ellia and Josh Bisker will host the show as gender-bending incarnations of the prophets Elijah and Miriam, and introduce a panoply of circus performers, aerial artists, physical comedians, acrobats, magicians, and more. The evening will conclude with a Klezmer band dance party.
- Becky Hahn – Trapeze
- Darlinda Just Darlinda – Burlesque and comedy
- Gretchen Ernst – Acrobatics
- Lady Aye – Fire manipulation
- Malak Lunsford – Dance
- Rebecca Heinegg – Aerial silks
- Soundsmith Radio – Radio storytelling
- Tanya Solomon – Comedy magic
- Zero Boy – Vocal Acrobatics
- An audience-driven seder plate pageant
- 10 biblical plagues and so much more!
This will be the first show at The Muse Brooklyn’s newly constructed training and performance space in Bushwick, following the closure of its Williamsburg studio last year. The Super Fun Passover Seder is a co-production with The Muse Brooklyn and in partnership with Film Biz Recycling. This project is made possible with public funds from the Decentralization Program of the New York State Council on the Arts, administered in Kings County by Brooklyn Arts Council.
Super Fun Variety, launched in 2011 by brother/sister team Ellia and Josh Bisker, is a roving vaudeville series committed to an irreverent spirit and a strong social consciousness. Previous shows have sold out to standing-room-only crowds and featured top talents, including world-renowned circus and variety artists, award-winning writers, Occupy Wall Street activists, and an Academy Award-nominated film short.