Chutzpah a Go-Go


Chutzpah a Go-Go
Chutzpah a Go-Go
Music Randy Vancourt
Lyrics Randy Vancourt
David Gale
Book Randy Vancourt
David Gale

Chutzpah a Go-Go[1] is a Canadian musical comedy. Written in 1994 by Randy Vancourt and David Gale, it went on to be one of the longest-running stage shows in Canadian theater history.

Chutzpah a Go-Go tells the story of four singing actors, from the fictional Jewish town of Bubkes, North Dakota (Pop. 107). These tummlers are on the road with a musical tribute to their unique prairie Jewish heritage and some of the comic contributions that Yiddish has made to the English language. They have been mistakenly booked into a church auditorium and are using the church's musicians as their own live Klezmer band.

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