by Jane Rosenstein
Peter Fogel, the actor, keeps the audience entertained for 90 minutes. He relates well with the audicnce; It is helpful to have a knowlege of Jewish culture in order to understand some of the jokes. He tells the audience about his Italian mother and Jewish father who have driven him to seek therapy.
When Alyce Schultz and I saw the play, we noticed that the crowd could not stop laughing.
At the end of the monologue, Peter Fogel told the crowd that he was selling cassettes so that they could hear the performance again and part of the proceeds would go to help disabled veterans.
Jane Rosenstein is a U.S. citizen living in Paris, France. She is a professional translator/interpreter. She is the owner of The International Connection which does international marketing consultation including sales of wine, interpretation, and translation. She enjoys the cultural life that living in Paris offers and has talents in organizing events. She speaks English, French, and Spanish.
She has a B.S. degree in mathematics from University of Pittsburgh and an M.B.A. degree from Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA.