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Dylan Brody's 'A Child's Christmas in Schuylerville'




Commentator Dylan Brody reading a radio script in the Off-Ramp studio.
Commentator Dylan Brody reading a radio script in the Off-Ramp studio.
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"We are the only Jews in Schuylerville New York," Dylan Brody opens his poignant, funny remembrance of Christmastime along the Hudson River. "So there is considerable confusion surrounding the great, well-decorated Christmas tree in our large, un-curtained living room. We are not very good Jews."

They might have been bad Jews, but Dylan - named for Dylan Thomas - is a good storyteller. Click the audio player to hear the Hanukkah and Christmas story that had the audience roaring and rapt when Dylan opened for David Sedaris at the Valley Performing Arts Center just before Thanksgiving.

And make plans to see any and all of Dylan's work  on Saturday, Dec. 19, in a bravura marathon taping of three complete shows. There will be free food and drink, and Off-Ramp listeners can use the code OFFRAMP to get discounted tickets.

Dylan Brody's Three Shows - One Night; Sat., Dec. 19, 7pm. David Henry Hwang Theatre; 120 N Judge John Aiso Street, Los Angeles CA 90012
 



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