If you attended our forum, Homelessness: A Jewish Call to Action, you heard about the amazing work of Love and Justice in the Streets for the homeless of Oakland. The Kehilla Homeless Action Committee is eager to support this work, and Kehilla member Lisa Rothman is ready to entertain us and raise money with her new show,
“Work From Home: Well That’s Fun”
which comes to us on Thursday, March 11th, at 6:30 PM.
Click HERE for tickets – no one turned away for lack of funds.
More about the show below.
Work From Home. It’s been 11 months of the kids scrambling to find the right Zoom link for biology and Lisa’s husband’s desk is still in the hall right in front of the bathroom door. Lisa’s fed up with co-starring in the reality show Extreme Manspread: Home Office Edition…The Covid Years. Unless Marie Kondo knocks at the door soon (masked, of course!), Lisa’s going to have to take matters into her own hands.
Find out how at our Virtual Happy Hour event WFH: Well That’s Fun. Live chat! Drinking games! Pass the time as you await immunization! AND all proceeds benefit Love and Justice in the Streets.
If you’ve got something to give, please do so. If you don’t, no problem. Get a free ticket. We want EVERYONE at this Virtual Happy Hour.
“It felt like I got out and did something.” — Biddy Remick
“Rothman bursts with animated comedic energy that’s tremendously entertaining” — Sam Hurwitt, Marin Independent Journal
“Lisa kept me laughing and riveted despite one kid doing karate and the other asking for snacks 🤣” — Sonia Mathias, mother of two
“A natural born storyteller” — The Bay Area Reporter
“I thought I was all Zoomed out today but this was fabulous” — Dot Theodore, Castro Valley School Board Vice President
It’s Rated G.
“I liked it. It was funny.” — Hana, age 10
Bring the kids. Or not.
The show runs 60 minutes