What happens when four New York City mayoral candidates sit down for a Seder?
You can find out tomorrow, March 25, when City Winery hosts its annual Downtown Seder, live from City Winery Pier 57.
The free online event kicks off at 7 pm ET.
The Downtown Seder, which attracted 4,000 online viewers last year, is producer Michael Dorf’s celebrity interpretation of an ancient tradition. This year’s attendees will include:
- Mayoral candidates Andrew Yang, Scott Stringer, Ray McGuire and Kathryn Garcia who will each speak as one of four glasses of wine is drunk (no word about rebuttals).
- Comedic performances by The Daily Show’s Lewis Back, Judy Gold and Mark Normand.
- Musical performances by David Broza, Idan Raichel, Marc Cohn, Perry Farrell, Max Weinberg, and Speech of Arrested Development.
You can also expect greetings from Dr. Ruth Westheimer and U.S. Senate/Saturday Night Live alum Al Franken.
For more information and to RSVP for free viewing, visit citywinery.com/newyork/seder.
Held since 1997, last year’s City Winery Seder was the first one presented virtually. You can watch it here:
(Top image: Lewis Black. Source: YouTube video)
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