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Television icons Ed Asner of the Mary Tyler Moore Show, and Jamie Farr of M*A*S*H will star in the staged reading of Two Jews Talking at Flat Rock Playhouse. Back by popular demand, Mr. Asner will take center stage on Labor Day weekend with another sidesplitting piece written by Ed. Weinberger—this time with good friend Jamie Farr adding to the hilarity! The two-act story brings Lou and Bud together in the Biblical past, and Phil and Marty together in contemporary Long Island. They philosophize about women, sex, food, the divine and destiny in this tale of companionship and friendship. Don’t miss these celebrated titans of television September 2-4 at Flat Rock Playhouse!
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