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Limmud After Dark | Sunday 13 June @Moriah College
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Sunday, June 13 • 6:05pm - 7:00pm
Borat ruined my life

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COMEDY | After the release of Borat (2006), the boys at Robyn's school stopped calling her a 'frigid lesbian' – we can assume because of her short hair, and lack of romantic interest towards them – and decided instead to start calling her 'dirty Jew'. As the only Jewish student at her school, Robyn took it upon herself to educate those around her. Attempting to dispel negative stereotypes around Jewish culture, Robyn embarked on a journey that would last the rest of her secondary school career: Educating the Gentiles. Join comedian Robyn Reynolds for a hilarious look at how to combat negative Jewish stereotypes, and why they exist in the first place. As she told her bullies at 15: "Actually, Jews have traditionally kept very good personal hygiene."

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Robyn Reynolds

Robyn Reynolds (UK) is an award-nominated comedian. Handpicked for the Emerging Artist Hub at Sydney Fringe Festival, her sold-out debut was then shortlisted for Best Comedy. "Robyn Reynolds shone in her segment, serving punchlines hard and fast in her fresh brand of witty and energetic... Read More →

Sunday June 13, 2021 6:05pm - 7:00pm AEST
Drama Theatre
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