Behind the Scenes of Oorah’s “Pesach Blues” Music Video
As Zero Hour (that’s ‘Zero’ as in “there had better be ZERO crumbs in this house!”) approaches, we turn our attention raptly to koshering and/or turning over our kitchens. For seasoned veterans who have had time to work out a system, this task is daunting enough. For the first-timers, though, the going seems impossible.
Have no fear – the Pesach Blues are here! Oorah’s hilarious production of the Abie Rotenberg classic is sure to bring a sympathetic smile to anyone who has ever attempted to make Pesach at home. The song takes a frum woman’s perspective in trying to balance the intricacies of running a house while trying to banish chometz, shop, and cook for the weeklong Yom Tov. Don’t miss the “behind the scenes”, with never before seen outtakes from the video’s shoot.
This feature is one of only about a dozen on the Shmorg Tube DVD, one of three discs in this year’s Shmorg5. The DVD packs a whopping array of entertainment suitable for kids (and kids at heart!). From inspiring segments by noted author Rabbi Binyomin Pruzansky, to the Living Torah’s a fascinating, in depth look at birds in the Torah, there’s something for everyone to enjoy on Shmorg Tube. Watch the trailer of Shmorg Tube here!
As always, this incredible collection is not available in any stores – Shmorg 5 is a donor exclusive! It’s our gift to you when you donate to Oorah Auction to receive your copy – and order NOW to ensure you’ll have it delivered to your home in time for Chol Hamoed!
Aside from the hours of entertainment, you’ll be getting the satisfaction of knowing that your money is hard at work, sending kids to yeshiva, pairing up Torah Mates, running Oorah’s Jewish summer camps Zone programs and supporting all the good work that Oorah does. Oorah is partially funded by kars for kids
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