Michelle Slonim once had an audition for Worried Jewish Mom. The day of the audition, Michelle called and said, “I can’t come in, I’m having a panic attack.” They replied, “You’re hired!”
For as long as comedians have told stories, audiences have wondered, “Did that really happen?!?” *
Join us for “Truth or Laughs?” – a virtual, interactive comedy game show where you can win real shekels.
Hosted by New York City comedy couple Ben Rosenfeld and Michelle Slonim, the show takes the audience behind-the-scenes of funny stories with hilarious reveals where the entire audience guesses what parts of the story are true and what parts were made up just for laughs.
*For those wondering, in real life, Michelle did have a panic attack, but went to the audition anyway.
Truth or Laughs is composed of three rounds.
In each round:
Ben or Michelle tells a 3-5 minute (uninterrupted) funny story
Afterward, participants play a ten-question true/false interactive game about what parts of the story happened in real life. Faster responses get more points.
After each question, Ben or Michelle reveals the details behind the part of the story in question.
The winner gets $hekels and other prizes as decided by the organizers
Then in a role reversal, the winner then goes on video and plays “2 Truths and a Lie” with Ben and Michelle competing against each other.
In order to ensure the best show possible, please:
1) Have your video on
2) Try to be in a quiet place where you can be unmuted the whole show – it’s more fun when everyone hears laughs and
3) If possible, login to Zoom on a computer instead of a phone/tablet (it works all ways, but the experience is slightly better via computer)