JEWMONGOUS! featuring Sean Altman (formerly of Rockapella)
Sean Altman, the singer, composer, and musical force behind a capella singing sensation Rockapella, brings his silky tenor to Brattleboro as the star of Jewmongous!, his collection of satirical comedy songs poking good natured, often raunchy and decidedly less than politically correct fun at his Jewish heritage and the plight of modern Jewish life.
Featuring new material in addition to well known Altman-penned classics, Sean Altman's beloved comedy song concert JEWMONGOUS returns to Hooker Dunham in Brattleboro for one concert on Thursday, December 27th at 7:30pm.
JEWMONGOUS, the comedy song concert, is the colicky brain child of SEAN ALTMAN, the golden-voiced song-writing wiz and former leader/founder of Rockapella and "Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego?" fame. Sean was featured in Time Out New York's cover story "The New Super Jews" and in the New York Times feature about "the Jewish Hipster Movement." He debuted JEWMONGOUS in 2006 and has drawn press accolades and sold-out audiences in 25 major U.S. cities.
JEWMONGOUS' debut album Taller Than Jesus is available on iTunes. The title song is 6'3" Altman's tribute to John Lennon's 1966 misunderstood declaration that the Beatles were "bigger than Jesus." The album's dozen original songs include the fractured Passover story song "They Tried to Kill Us (We Survived, Let's Eat)", which was featured on NPR's Fresh Air with Terry Gross.
Hooker-Dunham Theatre (View)
139 Main St.
Brattleboro, VT 05301