Rising young comedian Moshe Kasher is lucky to be alive. He started using drugs when he was just 12. At that point, he had already been in psychoanlysis for eight years. By the time he was 15, he had been in and out of several mental institutions, drifting from therapy to rehab to arrest to...you get the picture. But Kasher in the Rye is not an "eye opener" to the horrors of addiction. It's a hilarious memoir about the absurdity of it all.
"An entirely difference"
The most unusual thing about comedian Moshe Kasher's mom is not that she's deaf. It's that she subscribes to some very liberal views in regard to sex. This, naturally, had a big impact on Moshe's childhood, as he detailed in his story from a Don't Tell My Mother show in Los Angeles.
"One of the more boring episodes of this series"
[Contains explicit content] What to do when your creatively-acquired porn gets stuck in the VCR? How to deal with a mother who bursts in during your sexual experiments? How can intense orthodontia make a situation less awkward? To find out the answers, just listen to this show, which features some of the best live stories about sex from around the country - and helpful commentary from Dan Savage. This episode features "Suffering My Sex Positive Mom" by Moshe Kasher for Don't Tell My Mother!, "The Backstabber" by Kumail Nanjiani for RISK!, and "Cheryl Wears Jeggings" by Sara Armour for SpeakeasyDC.
As an American living in London, host Rob Delaney (Catastrophe) has had to answer a lot of questions about the USA. Are Americans really lacking in culture? What's up with all the guns? Why is everything so big?
Oakland-bred comic and best-selling author Moshe Kasher comes back to the Bay Area in this standup special. Back on his home turf, Kasher finds comedy in these uproarious stories about the people he's met and how they see him.
[Contains explicit content] This is just some of the insanity you can expect when you hear Moshe Kasher answer questions about a crazy story on Hold On with Eugene Mirman. With a deaf, sex-positive mother, Moshe's upbringing was a little unconventional, as he told in a previously recorded story that he discussed with Eugene in an unconventional interview.
Is Heaven really better than Hell? Performed live at Wheeler Opera House on June 23, 2009.