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December 13, 2016

Chinese food and comedy combine for another year of the 'Moo Shu Jew' show

Three comedians will perform stand-up

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Chinatown Philadelphia Thom Carroll/for PhillyVoice

The Chinese Friendship Gate at 10th and Arch marks the entrance to Chinatown.

The "Moo Shu Jew" show returns to Chinatown on Dec. 24. Three well-known comedians will perform stand-up inspired by Jewish culture.

For the 2016 edition, Julie Goldman ("The People's Couch"), Josh Gondelman ("Last Week Tonight with John Oliver") and Avi Liberman ("The Late Late Show") will deliver the punchlines. The show was co-produced with comedian Cory Kahaney.

During the performance, attendees will dine on a multicourse meal. Tables seat 10, so make sure to let the restaurant know who you want to sit next to when reserving a spot.

Tickets are $75 online and $85 at the door (if available).

"Moo Shu Jew" 2016

Saturday, Dec. 24
6-10 p.m. | $75-$85 per person
Ocean Harbor
1023 Race St.
(215) 545-4400