Moderated by accomplished stand-up comedian and former host of The History Channel’s Cities of the Underworld, Eric Geller.
Michel Boujenah is one of France’s funniest and most talented comedic performing artists. For over 40 years, Boujenah, a Sephardic Jew originally from Tunisia, has delighted standing room only audiences around the world with his powerful and hilarious story-telling. Boujenah is best known to American audiences for his roles in the hit films Les Misérables (1995), Three Men and a Baby (1985) and his poignant award-winning directorial debut Father and Sons (2003).
This exclusive one-night-only appearance was arranged with the help of the acclaimed entertainment impresario and writer Charley Marouani.
$10/person. Ages 13 and up.
Each event ticket will enter you into a raffle for a special prize courtesy of world famous Le Creuset cookware.
Light refreshments provided courtesy of Whole Foods Market – Tamarac.
Bring the Kids!
Kids’ Comedy Workshop: 4:00 -6:00 pm – $15/kid
The Mizel Museum’s Comedy Kids Workshop will keep your children entertained and learning while the adults enjoy Boujenah’s talk. Kids 12 and under are invited to participate in a comedy and improvisation workshop led by talented local improviser and actress Abbie Booth. In this fast-paced, high-energy workshop, kids will learn to focus their minds and bodies, develop bold characters and feel confident in their decision making!
From the director of Shoah comes The Last of the Unjust, the story of Benjamin Murmelstein, the last Jewish elder of Theresienstadt (the so-called “model” ghetto), a figure despised by many of the ghetto’s surviving inhabitants.
The film includes footage of Shoah Director Claude Lanzmann revisiting sites in Vienna and the Czech Republic, and interviews with the brilliant Murmelstein, explaining his actions and his paradoxical role in history.
Monday, March 24, 6:00 pm
Sie FilmCenter, 2510 E. Colfax Ave., Denver
$10 per person ($7 for DFS members)
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