Playline Productions Presents ISRAMERICA 2010 at the City Winery, 1/31

Playline Productions Presents ISRAMERICA 2010 at the City Winery, 1/31

Israel has always been effective at generating headlines but on January 31st, with the help of new, innovative non-profit organization ISRAMERICA, New York residents will get to sample a refreshing and entertaining side of Israeli culture in the form of up and coming, hot, Israeli talent.

Integrating the works of a group of fiercely talented young artists, ISRAMERICA brings you an all star line-up, of Israeli and Jewish-American performers, many of which have been featured on Broadway, and Off, various TV shows on Comedy Central, MTV and HBO, as well as premiere music, and comedy venues all over New York. This promises to be, an outstanding night of music, and comedy that will have you ‘shvitizing' in your seat!

Featuring the comedic stylings of Ophira Eisenberg (Comedy Central's Premium Blend, VH-1's Oxygen), Vanessa Hidary- "The Hebrew Mamita" (Def Poetry on HBO, Nice Jewish Girls Gone Bad), Harrison Greenbaum (Spike TV, Stand Up NY) , Michelle Slonim ( Sex and the Holy Land, Jewtopia) and the music of Asia Mei, (who recently performed with Andrea Bocelli at Carnegie Hall), Noah Aaronson , Shira Kobren, Jeff Jacobs and more!

ISRAMERICA was founded by Sivan Hadari, a self proclaimed Isramerican, and is co-produced by Sharon Ben-Tovim and Jamie Rosler. Hadari appeared this summer in the much buzzed about New York Fringe Festival production of Sex and the Holy Land and is currently starring in Just Ask Productions' Anyone for a Classy Threesome? at The Kraine Theatrethroughout February.
Ben-Tovim, an Israeli actress and singer, will also be performing at the event, presenting her new, original work with the musician Nimo Kally of the band Tree of Mind.
Part of the proceeds from this event will go to benefit the Gilad Shalit Organization in NYC.

ISRAMERICA is a one night only special event and will take place at 8pm on Sunday, January 31st at 8pm at the City Winery, located at 155 Varick St. and Vandam, New York, N.Y.

Tickets are $20 and can be purchased online at


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