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Jewish comedian Jacqueline Novak knows her way around a penis. How do I know? With sharp similes — like comparing a vagina to a stepped-on rose — and autobiographical experience, the rest of the minute sermon on giving head does not disappoint. Presented by Natasha Lyonne!! Novak is not new to the comedy scene.
But Get On Your Knees has permanently stamped the Jewess as a master of elite comedy, a force to be reckoned with, and the expert on blowjob metaphors. Your show has a lot to do with performance anxiety, and in terms of giving blowjobs, you said that you hate learning on the job. Yes, precisely. My journey with stand-up is not dissimilar from that with the blowjob.
Similar anxieties. I draw some of those parallels in the show when I talk about the journey to the microphone being like a journey down the torso. Cock is a suit of armor for the penis. I say vulva on stage because people often confuse the vagina with the vulva. So the show is entirely about blowjobs, but how do you feel about cunnilingus?
The show is so much about performance anxiety and coming to terms with that, and I only had that about the blowjob. How much input did Natasha Lyonne have on the show? What was it like working with her? Natasha is a soulful genius who is able to pop into the green room and in two minutes give me life altering notes. She embraced the show as it was, but offered, and continues to offer, really electric insights. And I will follow her to the end of my days. So legend has it that Jewish girls give the best blowjobs.
What do you make of that stereotype? Speaking of Jews, do you identify with your Judaism? How has your background influenced your comedy? My grandfather was a Conservative rabbi in Burlington, Vermont. His daughter, my mom, married a non-Jew. That was a big, bold move. As a result, I identified both with being Jewish and non-Jewish.
As a non-church goer, I never felt at home in a church. But at the same time, by feeling fully at home nowhere, I kind of feel at home everywhere. Also, there is a nice history of Jewish comedians that perhaps made me feel on some level at home in the comedy world. Ah yes, Jews and comedy go together like bagels and schmear. Ultimately, what message do you want your audience to walk away with? That no one can tell you your story.
That you get to write your own narrative. You get to force your life to mean what you want it to mean. And you have a right to defend that. Different days I think the show means different things. By Malkah Bressler. By Evelyn Frick.
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