My Son The Waiter
My Son the Waiter . . . A Jewish Tragedy
written by and starring Brad Zimmerman

"Delicious! Distinctly original and powerfully poignant...Great Comedy -The New York Times

"You'll laugh your TUCHAS off!" -The Huffington Post

"Plenty of Laughs! It's all funny stuff (He Shows Us That) being an artist is about the jorney, not the destination!" - AZ Republic

From the producers of My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish & I'm in Therapy, Philip Roger Roy Presents My Son the Waiter. A Jewish Tragedy. Direct from 15 months Off-Broadway in New York.
This hit New York comedy is Actor/Comedian Brad Zimmerman's moving and hilarious story about the grit and passion required to "make it" as an artist and the sweet rewards that come from never giving up. Brad moved to New York and "temporarily" waited tables for 29 years, while pursuing his career as an actor. He has opened for Joan Rivers, Brad Garrett and George Carlin and now has his own show that is as profound and touching as it is entertaining.

tickets  April 19 - June 10, 2018

Show times:

Thu. 3:00PM & 7:00PM, Fri. 8:00PM,
Sat. 3:00PM & 8:00PM, Sun. 3:00PM


EDDIE CONNER is a Soul Intuitive, Humorist, Author, Keynote Speaker, and Host of, The Eddie Conner Show with Rachel Angeline on LA Talk Radio. He has appeared on America's Best TV Show, The Morning Show Australia,, Associated Press, The Ghosts and Afterlife Documentary, Coast-to-Coast with George Noory, and has been featured in, for their, Best Psychics and Mediums in Los Angeles issue. Visit

NOTE: This event is audio and video recorded. Coming to this event means you're giving Eddie and The Colony Theatre permission to record your voice or image.

tickets  March 22, 2018, 7:30pm


Stories of fatherhood from the good, to the bad and the ugly....the TRUE stories in MANECDOTES will make you laugh, remember and empathize, and they will stay with you long after you've left the theatre. Join us as we celebrate fatherhood and raise much needed funds for Burbank's Family Service Agency.

tickets  June 3, 2018 - 7pm