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The EVENT – Featuring Alex Edelman’s ‘Just For Us’


Alex Edelman. Comedian. Jew. Sweetheart.
Edelman is being hailed as the next great Jewish comedian. And, he’s coming to Baltimore for an exclusive one-night-only appearance.

December 8 @ 6:00 pm

10101 Grand Central Ave.
Owings Mills, Maryland 21117 United States
$60

Registration for The EVENT is now closed. We have reached capacity for our venue. If you would like to be added to our waitlist, please email Ashera Austen.

Join us for a heavy hors d’oeuvres cocktail pre-reception and an evening of laughs and good company.  
Dietary laws observed.

COMPLIMENTARY VALET PROVIDED THANKS TO HERITAGE TOYOTA OWINGS MILLS.

Donor households of $365 or more to The Associated are invited to attend.
Space is limited. Advance registration is required.




Ben Stiller, Jerry Seinfeld, Steve Martin, Billy Crystal and Matthew Broderick have all caught Alex Edelman’s off-Broadway show. Just For Us will take you on a journey through hilarious anecdotes from Alex Edelman’s life. At the center of the show is an astonishing and frighteningly relevant story of the string of antisemitic abuse that has been directed at Edelman online and how he decides to covertly attend a gathering of White Nationalists in New York City and comes face-to-face with the people behind the keyboards. 

About Alex


Alex Edelman is a comedian, actor and writer who has been working professionally as a stand-up since the age of 16. You can see him performing his third solo off-Broadway show ‘Just For Us’ in NYC at The Soho Playhouse after a successful and sold out run at The Cherry Lane theatre. Alex was the head writer for SATURDAY NIGHT SEDER, which raised over $3.5 million for the CDC Covid-19 Emergency Relief Fund, and featured talent such as Andy Cohen, Billy Porter, Dan Levy, Fran Drescher, Idina Menzel, Jason Alexander, Rachel Brosnahan, and many more. Alex wrote on the staff of the Jenji Kohan Netflix series TEENAGE BOUNTY HUNTERS as a story editor. Alex is currently adapting the critically acclaimed book, MY NAME IS ASHER LEV at Netflix with Jenji Kohan supervising.

He was also a staff writer on THE GREAT INDOORS for CBS. Alex can be seen performing stand up on season 1 of Seeso’s The Guest List. He won the prestigious Foster’s Best Newcomer prize at the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe Festival for his one man show, Millennial, only the second American ever to have done so.

A regular performer at most of the city’s clubs, he tours both nationally and internationally and is one of the founders of Jerusalem’s Off the Wall Comedy Club and a favorite on the UK festival circuit. Beyond stand-up, he writes regularly for outlets like The Atlantic and The Believer, has written and produced documentaries for the US State Department and ESPN’s “30 for 30” series, and spent more than a decade working as a speechwriter for the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Boston Red Sox. Alex released his debut comedy album UNTIL NOW in July 2020.

Corporate Sponsors


BGE • Capital Funding Group • Heritage Toyota Owings Mills • Len Stoler Automotive • Trius Lending Partners

Brown Advisory • MedStar Health • Miles & Stockbridge • M&T Bank • PNC Bank • PSA Insurance & Financial Services • Truist

Advance Business Systems • Eastern Savings Bank • First National Bank • Hoffman & Co. • Merritt Properties • MOI • RBC Wealth Management • Residential Title & Escrow Company • Schoenfeld Insurance Associates • ShopRite • SOS Technology • T. Rowe Price • Venable LLP • WesBanco

Host Committee


As of November 1, 2022
Mindy and Jeff Rosen, Co-Chairs 
Jill Baldinger and Steven Levin
Ellen and Howard Feldman
Ronnie Footlick
Rebecca and Neal Fruman
Melissa and Brad Hecht
Morgan and Michael Hurwitz
Lindsay and Matthew Klatsky
Jen and Jake Lieberman
Stephanie and Scott London
Sandi and Brian Moffet
Rita and Marshall Plaut
Nancy and Isaac Pretter
Leah and Jon Shulman
Chantelle Terrillion-Fink and Joel Fink
Harriette and Stephen Wienner

2023 Philanthropy Leadership


Jason A. Blavatt, Chair, Development
Brett Cohen, Chair, Community Campaign
Jill Gansler, Chair, Women’s Campaign
Richard Topaz, Chair, Young Adult Division Campaign
Yehuda Neuberger, Chair of the Board
Marc B. Terrill, President

Keeping in mind the health and safety of our guests and staff members, The Associated will continue to monitor the safety practices and protocols, recommended by the venue, local, state and CDC guidelines at the time of the event. All guests attending events, meetings and programs are highly encouraged to be fully vaccinated, wear masks when not actively eating or drinking, and to practice social distancing. If you or anyone in your family is not feeling well, please refrain from attending.

*Precautions are subject to change to be in line with health guidelines and local Covid-19 data.

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