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An Upper West Sider for the past five years, she’s 29 and single.“I don’t know if I would have had my professional accomplishments if I’d been married.” “Soon by You,” titled after a Jewish expression about being next up at the altar — uh, chuppah — suggests that there’s more to life than waiting for your bashert (Jewish soulmate) to come along.Such is the world of “Soon by You,” a dramedy whose fourth installment just aired on You Tube.
Begun in the Spring of 1984, the group’s membership already is over 100, with a wide range of ages and ethnic backgrounds including Russian, Ukrainians, Greeks, Serbians, etc.
Gottfried, who’s 26 and single, says it wasn’t until she saw an Israeli TV show about young Orthodox professionals that she realized that she had never before seen characters she could relate to.
“It dawned on me: There should be something like this in New York, because there’s so much material here,” says Gottfried, who plays another Sarah in the show.
Since the show first launched in spring 2016, fans — Jewish and not — have made themselves clear, Gottfried says.
“Everyone’s pressuring Sarah and David to get married already,” she says, laughing.