The Hebrew Hillbilly: Country Meets Kosher in One-Woman Show
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The last date listed for The Hebrew Hillbilly was Monday July 28, 2014 / 7:30pm.
Currently at Soho Playhouse
- Full Price:
- Our Price:
- $39 - $49
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Alec BigelsonRed Velvet
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Hello Big Apple. Are you ready for The Hebrew Hillbilly? I know I loved it. Shelley Fisher is the total package. She's beatiful, she's funny, and WHOA, can this lady sing. Whether she's belting out the Blues or tearing at your heart in Somewhere to Come From, you will be captivated by her gritty performance. The 14 original songs she and her brilliant musical co-writers, Harold Payne and Ken Hirsch, have written will stay with you well after you leave the theatre. I can't wait to see her again.
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As a New Yorker I must admit I am a bit jaded when it comes to theatrical experiences. The name The Hebrew Hillbilly intrigued me. I was shocked, pleasantly surprised, and blown away by the power of this musical yet poignant comedy Shelley...continued
Quotes & Highlights
Read “A Rare Southern Gem,” an interview with Shelley Fisher, here.
This one-woman show chronicles Shelley Fisher’s life in and out of the music business. Growing up Jewish in the deep South with a flamboyant mother who frowned on her dating the local redneck boys, this Hebrew Hillbilly begins singing as a little girl and never stops. From her early years as a blonde bombshell, through her current incarnation as The Memphis Belle of L.A., Fisher has ridden a show business rollercoaster that slows down just long enough for her audience to climb aboard for the ride. Travel along on this deeply personal yet universally appealing funny and tragic journey of Delta dreams, detours and determinations. The production is directed by Chris DeCarlo and produced by Debra Ehrhardt, with music by Kenneth Hirsch, Harold Payne and Shelley Fisher.