The 8th Annual Brothers Lazaroff Hanukkah Hullabaloo

The 8th Annual Brothers Lazaroff Hanukkah Hullabaloo


The 8th Annual Brothers Lazaroff Hanukkah Hullabaloo, Presented by Brown Smith Wallace: A Benefit for Metro Theater Company


December 8, 2018


The Grandel Theater
3610 Grandel Square
St. Louis, MO 63103

Tickets $25-$50

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All Ages, families welcome



Rabbi James Stone Goodman

The Eight Nights Orchestra (a cast of some of St. Louis’ finest musicians)

DJ Boogieman

Special Guest Anita Jackson

Tributes to Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Aretha Franklin and more.

And FREE latkes fried on stage!!

Food by The Dark Room and Taco Buddha (and hopefully others – looking for a kosher option)

In its eighth year, Brothers Lazaroff take what the Washington Post has called one of the “8 amazing Hanukkah parties across America” to The Grandel Theater, the beautifully restored Kranzberg Arts Foundation theater in Grand Center. The Hanukkah Hullabaloo has established itself as a cultural event in the St. Louis community by celebrating the spiritual dimensions of the holiday with “Eight Nights” a nine part spoken word collaboration by Rabbi James Stone Goodman and Brothers Lazaroff. Each night (plus one extra) tells a different story that illuminates the deeper meanings of Hanukkah, backed by eclectic psychedelic middle-eastern and klezmer musical themes from some of St. Louis’ top talent. Brothers Lazaroff also pay homage each year to musical inspirations such as Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen, as well as heroes we have lost during the year, highlighted this year by a tribute to Aretha Franklin led by the great Anita Jackson. As always, Latkes will be fried live on stage and served with your choice of sour cream or apple sauce. Food will be available for purchase from The Dark Room and Taco Buddha and STL Style House will be on site selling their St. Louis-inspired apparel. All proceeds go to Metro Theatre Company whose mission is to create professional theater, foster inclusive community, and nurture meaningful learning through the arts inspired by the intelligence and emotional wisdom of young people.