Five Ways to Make a "Frozen" Passover Parody – Kveller
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Five Ways to Make a “Frozen” Passover Parody


1. Your parents’ version. From Congregation B’nai Shalom in Westborough, Ma. There is a nice contrast between frowning geriatric Pharoah who occasionally raises his staff, and the grinning temple congregants that look like they might be your parents performing as back-up dancers.

2 This ukulele version from the Reshet School in Atlanta GA is younger alternative. Created by students and teachers of the school, it addresses what young people hate about the seder (zzzzz….) and helps bring the haggadah to life. It even comes with an attached lesson plan.

3. The A Capella version. Watch the members of Six13 pretend to have their name flubbed by John Travolta and then reenact the passover story on the streets of New York City, eventually escaping slavery via the subway.

4. The drag version. From Aish. Dad dressed in pink gloves and housewife attire scrub the house and consume ice cream with gusto and morph back into abba in time for the kids to come home.


5. The hair version. Seriously, how does Moses get his coiffed hair to bounce so perfectly like that? The ending is funnyish.

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