The Piano Craft Gallery welcomes My Life in the Late Middle Ages — A one-man show and reading from the new memoir, Echoes of Jerry, written and performed by Judah Leblang.
One gay Jewish middle-aged man's quest to deal with times when 'man planned and God laughed.' A fast-paced show about real life in one's 40's, 50's and beyond—a humorous look at getting older, looking for love, and trying to live out one's dreams before it's too late.
Boston-based writer and storyteller Judah Leblang presents a new version of his acclaimed one-man show "It's Now or Never: My Life in the Late Middle Ages" (best of Calgary Fringe Festival 2019) along with excerpts from his recently-published memoir Echoes of Jerry in a 90-minute performance in the heart of Boston's South End.
Previously debuted in Boston in 2018 at the Piano Craft Gallery after performances at the Winnipeg and Regina (Canada) Fringe Festivals in July 2018. The (Winnipeg) Jewish Post called the show "intriguing" and the Winnipeg Free Press said "He's a great communicator, very likable and amusing. Merrily, with some pathos, it all rolls along."
Judah Leblang is the author of the memoir, "Finding My Place," a columnist for Bay Windows newspaper, and an NPR Commentator.