To book Steve, contact Barry Mackey at Next Round Entertainment
Steve Hofstetter is a unique act when it comes to Jewish shows. His philosophy is not to do an hour of jokes about Purim and Passover, but to do jokes about the real world from a Jewish perspective. Hofstetter is syndicated in over a dozen Jewish papers, and the star of JDate's main ad campaign. Having performed at dozens of synagogues and dozens more Hillels, Hofstetter is also the star of "King Davids of Comedy," a routinely sold out fundraiser for Magen David Adom at the Hollywood Improv and Comix New York. His focus on education and using your intelligence makes him the best option for any jewish themed event.
See what people are saying about Steve:
"Regarded as one of the country's finest comedians."
"Steve Hofstetter is one of the best comics I've seen."
-Corinne Heller, E! Entertainment Television
"Steve was very, very funny and everyone in our group enjoyed his show immensely and can't wait to see him again."
-Carole Eisenstaedt, Rodeph Sholom
"Great Show! Steve certainly knows how to target his audience! We would have him back again any time."
-Barbara Lester, Temple Beth Israel
"Steve was very engaging. We were invigorated with his fresh, edgy comedy."
-Ruvane Kurland, Southern Illinois University Hillel Foundation
"Excellent fresh humor...definitly easy to work with, a real pleasure."
-Naomi Blesofsky, North County Chabad Center
"Best entertainment we've ever had."
-Robin Zucker, Forest Lake Country Club
"Recommended if you dig Jerry Seinfeld, Robert Wuhl, Woody Allen."
-Atlanta Journal Constitution
"The Jewish comedian (who jokes about looking Irish and having a black adopted sister) comes across like a younger, edgier Jerry Seinfeld if he'd been influenced by the topical humor of the late Bill Hicks."
-Bret Love, All Music Guide
"Called the 'Thinking Man's Comic' and compared to a young Jerry Seinfeld by Jay Leno, Hofstetter is an up-and-comer."
-Karen Shade, Tulsa World
"Jokester Steve Hofstetter, may quickly become one of your favorite comedians."
-Tamara Ikenberg, Louisville Courier-Journal