Steve Solomon “My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish and I’m in Therapy”

The original three-time award-winning Broadway comedy is back when Steve Solomon returns to The Lyric Theatre in My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish, and I’m in Therapy. The creator, star, and local favorite Steve Solomon performs his famous show featuring nearly 30 unique and hilarious characters. Seen by over 450,000 people, My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish, and I’m in Therapy is a classic evening of comedy featuring one of the most distinctive voices in comedy.

Steve Solomon grew up in the ethnically diverse neighborhood of Sheepshead Bay in Brooklyn, NY. Solomon always incorporates bits from his personal experiences growing up in the Big Apple and his experience in the entertainment industry, creating hilariously insightful comedy gold. Steve is a master dialectician, giving life to a variety of characters of all ages, genders, and backgrounds. Steve Solomon has had audience rolling in the aisles in over 75 cities and 3 countries, bringing his neurotic brand of humor to theaters all over the world. Renowned for imitating voices with an uncanny ability and incorporating wild and wacky sound effects, Steve recounts tales from his past with hilarious insights and a splash of self-deprecation.

As Variety exclaimed, “STEVE SOLOMON is ALAN KING, BILLY CRYSTAL, a smidgen of DON RICKLES and GEORGE CARLIN all thrown in.” What could be better than that? See Steve Solomon in the show that made him famous this season at The Lyric Theatre.