Come Together Clergy Boys - Sunday, November 19

Oh What A Night!

Our honorary chairs

Terry and Kenny Steinberg

invite you to our annual Come Together fundraiser.

Join us for a Strolling Supper and Cocktails before the Show at 6:00PM or just come at 7:30PM for the Show - a funny, heartwarming musical tribute about 4 good kids who went rogue and became cantors.

We'll top off the night with our raffle drawing.  Prizes include Steelers, Pirates and Penguins sports memorabilia; signed artwork by Burton Morris and catering by Elegant Edge.

Two Ticket Prices: (scroll down to purchase)
  • $150/person for both Supper and Show
  • $50/person for Show only


All sponsors are invited to "MEET AND GREET THE CLERGY BOYS" after the show. Sponsorship packages include:

Showtime Sponsor - $10,000

This sponsorship level will receive 10 event tickets, reserved parking and seating.

Soprano Sponsor - $5,000

This sponsorship level will receive 8 event tickets, reserved parking and seating.

Alto Sponsor - $3,600

This sponsorship level will receive 6 event tickets and reserved seating.

Tenor Sponsor - $2,500

This sponsorship level will receive 4 event tickets and reserved seating.

Baritone Sponsor - $1,000

This sponsorship level will receive 2 event tickets and reserved seating.

Bass Sponsor - $500

This sponsorship level will receive 2 event tickets and reserved seating.

Chorus Sponsor - $250

This sponsorship level will receive 1 event ticket and reserved seating.

Online sales for tickets is now closed.  Tickets will be available for in-person purchase at the door begin at 6:30PM - one hour before show time.

Questions?  Call (412) 421-2288

Meet the Clergy Boys

The Clergy Boys have wowed audiences across the country as “four seasoned cantors tell the stories of their lives” through biblical narrative with a fun twist on the music of the Jersey Boys.

STEVEN STOEHR graduated from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and earned his Doctorate in Music, Honorius Causa. 35 years ago Steven took on the role of Hazzan at Congregation Beth Shalom in Northbrook, Illinois, to date his only pulpit. For the Cantors Assembly Steven has served as International President and is currently the President of the Cantors Assembly Foundation. Steven has authored novels, musical dramas, and educational books on Jewish ritual, two children's books and three music albums. Steven and his wife Susan are uniquely proud of their children Jacob (Ilana), Talia and Alana and their first grandchild Liv Hazel.

After growing up in Grand Rapids, MI, and attending the University of Michigan, CANTOR RANDY HERMAN worked as an actor in Chicago before pursuing music full-time. As a pianist/singer/songwriter, he has performed live and in the studio in a wide variety of contexts. His cantorial training included a year of study in Jerusalem where he sang in the Great Synagogue choir, and a masters degree/ordination from the Jewish Theological Seminary in NYC. Cantor Herman has led services and performed concerts for congregations throughout the US and abroad. He has served as the cantor of Bet Torah in Mt. Kisco, NY, ChizukAmuno Congregation in Baltimore, and next month will become the new cantor of Har Zion Temple outside Philadelphia. His original Jewish songs can be widely heard in synagogues and on recordings. He and his wife Nicole are the proud parents of Kaya and Donovan (named after Herman's father of blessed memory) ages 5 and 2.

HAZZAN MIKE STEIN'S career spans from being in the original cast of JC Superstar and two other shows on Broadway to playing fiddle for four presidents as a member of The United States Navy Band, to being nominated for a Grammy award in 1999 and as a solo artist on the Grammy-winning "cELLAbration with Pete Seeger and Sweet Honey in the Rock (2005) to being on Season 7 of the "Voice." He is the composer of a patriotic song "We Are With You," that is part of the "Greatest American Songbook." Mike received the Samuel Rosenbaum award for Scholarship and Creativity from the Cantors Assembly. He has produced albums for Theodore Bikel z"l, the Abayudaya and the Lemba Jews of Zimbabwe. Hazzan Stein created and directs a choir for differently-abled youth and young adults called Voices of Hope. He has been the hazzan at Temple Aliyah in Los Angeles for 23 years.

HAZZAN DAVID PROPIS is seventh generation Hazzan, and a gifted cantorial artist who has created musical prayer experiences at Congregation Shaarey Zedek that always elevates the sense of spirituality. He has an international reputation and is a prolific recording artist. He produced the award-winning, 13 volume CD set entitled "The Spirit Series" for the Cantors Assembly and United Synagogue. As a past president of the CA, the largest body of cantors in the world, he was named to the task force to restructure the cantorial school at JTS, received a Doctorate of Music, Honoris Causa, amongst his many honors. He creates moving melodies and participatory services on Shabbat, Festivals and the High Holidays.

Pianist, Cliff Monear has performed all over the world with some of the biggest names in show-business. In addition to his very full private and public performance schedule, he is a faculty member at Wayne State University, and a Steinway & Sons representative.

"Monear's breathy ideas leave lots of space, girding the music with exquisite tension. What gives the music personality is Monear's suave touch, relaxed swing, fresh melodic and harmonic turns and the unpretentious way he draws on familiar influences." Mark Stryker, Free Press Music Critic

Thank you to the Come Together Clergy Boys Committee

Judith Adelson, Lynn Hecht, Lois Kopolow and Nancy Tuckfelt