A born and bred New Yorker, Jill Kargman chronicles and critiques daily life among the 1 per cent on New York’s Upper East Side in her deliciously dark comedy, Odd Mom Out on Bravo. She's also The New York Times bestselling author of multiple books, including The Ex-Mrs. Hedgefund and her personal essay collection, Sometimes I Feel Like a Nut. This year she premiered her one-woman show, a heavy metal cabaret at Williamstown Theater Festival, which will transfer to the Café Carlyle in 2017. Her newest comedic essay collection is Sprinkle Glitter on My Grave. She talks about all this, as well as how her faith fits into her life, with 92Y's Rabbi Peter J. Rubinstein.
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Many of you have asked how you can help 92Y as we face tremendous financial losses due to Covid-19. From now through June 30, your gift will be matched dollar for dollar up to $250,000 by an anonymous donor—going twice as far in supporting 92Y. You can help sustain our beloved institution and support the creation of new, online programming that will bring comfort and inspiration to our community. Thank you for anything you can do to help.