It’s a night of Jewish princess power, featuring an all-star cast of women whose laughter, wisdom and style prove that every Jewish girl is a queen.


It’s a night of Jewish princess power, featuring an all-star cast of women whose laughter, wisdom and style prove that every Jewish girl is a queen. Featuring Orli MatlowLaura LeibowNatalie Norman and Jackie Mason’s Daughter Sheba Mason.

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Jewish Princesses Biographies

Laura Leibow has used her wit and laid back comedic style to become an in-demand comic in the Toronto stand-up comedy scene.  She has performed at festivals such as JFL42, She Devil, Icebreakers Comedy Festival, and the Kitchener-Waterloo Comedy Festival. Laura is a dynamic performer who can expertly perform on the club circuit, in alternative rooms, and in theatres. She has impressed crowds from Toronto, to New York, to LA and has performed in legendary clubs like the Improv and Micky’s in LA and Gotham and Broadway Comedy Club in NYC. She is the editor of the comedy website “UNoriginal” and hosts two podcasts for the Canadian Jewish News. She can be heard frequently on SiriusXM and on 604 Records’ comedy compilation album “The Great Canadian Comedy Rumble.”

Sheba Mason – Born into a theatrical family – Jackie Mason (comedian) and Ginger Reiter  (playwright) – Sheba has been performing since the age of two as a stage prop in her mother’s play where she sat in her high chair and drank from her bottle. Eventually the bottle turned into a microphone, and Sheba  has not left the stage since.  She has appeared in Comedy Clubs and for Special Events throughout the country.  Sheba performs nightly in comedy clubs in Manhattan spouting her unique witticisms, on everything from politics to Grandmas to being single in New York.

Orli Matlow is a comedian and writer. She is currently working on SundanceTV’s Indefensible with Jena Friedman, streaming now on AMC+. She is also a writer on the upcoming Cold War docuseries from Voyage Pictures, From Yalta To Malta. Orli has written for Adult Swim, McSweeney’s, and Reductress, and has performed at Carolines on Broadway, The Women in Comedy Festival, the Alaska B4UDIE Comedy Festival, and for many a synagogue on Zoom.

Natalie Norman is from Toronto, Canada and her witty jokes and outrageous storytelling is a force of nature. Natalie’s comedy is often political, always hilarious and very jewish.  She is a Spice Girls enthusiast, who loves talking about her period. Natalie has been featured in Post City Magazine “ Meet a Comedian” segment. Natalie is also the co-host of the Crimson Wave, which is a podcast all about menstruation and vulvas.

Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

In Partnership with:

Jewish Comedy Festival

Start Date: March 19, 2023

8:00 PM

Midtown Toronto

4588 Bathurst Street Toronto


$32 - $50


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