"No songs about dreidels. No Israeli folk dancing." So proclaims Good for the Jews, the musical comedy collaboration of David Fagin and Rob Tannenbaum, back for one exceedingly well-selected night only at the Triple Door. The shtick is Jew-based musical humor and—most promisingly—the potential for audience offense is real enough that the show comes with a warning. Go for the lack of other options, stay for the Passover song "They Tried to Kill Us, We Survived, Let's Eat." (Triple Door, 216 Union St, www.thetripledoor.com. 7 pm, $20, all ages.)