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Vir­tu­al Unpack­ing the Book: Rachel Bloom and Tovah Feld­shuh — A Con­ver­sa­tion Between a (Tele­vi­sion) Daugh­ter and Mother

Hosted By: Jew­ish Book Coun­cil

Join Gold­en Globe and Emmy Award win­ner, co-cre­ator and star of Crazy Ex-Girl­friend Rachel Bloom, and six-time Emmy & Tony nom­i­nee Tovah Feld­shuh as they dis­cuss humor, fam­i­ly, writ­ing, and how to laugh in a time when humor seems almost impos­si­ble, while shar­ing sto­ries and mus­ings from their two recent books: Rachel Bloom’s “I Want to Be Where the Nor­mal Peo­ple Are” and Tovah Feldshuh’s “Lilyville.” Mod­er­at­ed by Stephanie But­nick, host of Tablet’s Unortho­dox podcast.

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