The Three ‘Laugheteers’ Come to Clark

CLARK–There is still plenty of time to make reservations to see an assortment of side splitting comedy at Temple Beth O’r/Beth Torah in Clark, located at 111 Valley Road in Clark.  The show is scheduled for Sunday, June 13, at 7 p.m. and features headliner Al Lubel, and fellow comedians Buddy Flip, and Sheba Mason.

Al Lubel

The $100,000 winner of Star Search, Lubel was one of the last comics to appear with Johnny Carson just before he retired on the Tonight Show. Al has been called a “terrifically funny comedian” by David Letterman.

Buddy Flip

Buddy Flip produces and performs in the act.   “I always knew I wanted to be a comedian”, says Flip, who often strums a guitar during his act. “I am rooted in old show business”.  Flip also acts as an instructor for up and coming comics.

Sheba Mason

Sheba Mason is a regular on the comedy circuit and is sure to impress with her wit, sarcasm, and amusing fables. She has inherited comedic genes from her father, Jackie Mason.

Reservations for the Three ‘Laugheteers’ are recommended.  The show is priced very reasonably at $25 and sponsorship opportunities at only $118 bring two tickets, preferred seating, mention or ad in the program and a 50/50 ticket.  Refreshments and food are available during the performance.  There is plenty of free parking and the site is also handicapped accessible. Call the Synagogue at 732-381-8403 to reserve seating and “get ready to laugh”.

Temple Beth O’r/Beth Torah is centrally located near Parkway exit 135, and is easily accessible through many Union County local roads.  The Synagogue has been at the Valley Road location for over 50 years.  Cantor Steven Stern, Spiritual Leader for TBO/BT advocates laughter as a healing mechanism in all avenues of life, “at the minimum” Stern says, “a good belly laugh helps oxygenate the body, relieves some stress, and brings a smile to our faces, and that’s good enough for me”.

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