Laugh it off

After being snowed out of their performance two weeks ago, Anglo comedy troupe ‘Hahafuch’ is back on stage to show fans the lighter side of life.

January 24, 2013 14:45
Hahafuch comedy troupe

Hahafuch comedy group 521. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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The most challenging task when interviewing a group of comedians is deciphering which answers are candid and which offered in jest. This was certainly the case when The Jerusalem Post sat down with “Hahafuch,” Israel’s one and only premier English-speaking comedy troupe, as they were wrapping up a rehearsal for an upcoming show.

Founded in 2009 by a group of Anglo immigrants, the troupe’s shows consist of comedy sketches, improvisation, videos and original plays performed in front of diverse audiences throughout the country.


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