Growing up in a Jewish household, Jackie Mason was on the road to becoming a rabbi—as his father, grandfather, great-grandfather,
and great-great-grandfather had done. He became ordained, only to quit and become a comedian several years later. “Somebody
in the family had to make a living,” he said at the time. New York may have lost a rabbi that day, but America gained
a great Jewish funnyman.
Mason has been recognized for decades as one of the premier Borscht Belt comedians of his day. Whether on television talk
shows or in film (“The Jerk,” “Caddyshack II”), but most especially on stage, his quips and outlook
on life and people have never failed to entertain. Mason has commented on any subject you can imagine—life, love, politics,
religion and more.
In 2008, Mason is performing his “The Ultimate Jew” show for the last time. Commenting on politics in particular,
the show will be packed with material considering the upcoming election cycle. Mason is touring now. Don’t pass up
Jackie Mason tickets. This could be your last opportunity to get theater tickets to this unique show.