All events below are FREE, but require a RSVP

Golem Stories
written and directed by Edward Einhorn
at the Center for Jewish History
15 W. 16th St.

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Wed 5/27 @7:00

A retelling of the legend of a clay man in 16th century Prague. Rabbi Loew creates a Golem to defend the Jews, but this Golem seems more interested in listening to the Rebbetsin's stories and falling in love with the Rabbi's daughter. Is he the reincarnated spirit of her murdered lover? Or does his childlike façade hide the face of a demon?

Pangs of the Messiah
by Motti Lerner
directed by Erin Smiley
at Theater Three
311 W. 43rd St, 3rd Fl.

Sat 5/31 @7:30

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Set in 2012 amidst the signing of a peace treaty between Israel and the Palestinians, this is an apocalyptic yet fiercely humane drama about eight West Bank Jewish settlers pitted against an Israel they feel betrayed by.

Playwright’s Forum
Various playwrights and directors
at Marymount Manhattan
221 E. 71st St.

Sun 6/7 @ 7:00

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Seven minute excerpts of plays by member playwrights of the Association of Jewish Theater

How Some Jews in Chicago Re-Invented Comedy in Time For the Sixties
Presented by Jeffrey Sweet
at Theater Three
311 W. 43rd St, 3rd Fl.

Tue 6/9 @6:00

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Jeffrey Sweet (author of SOMETHING WONDERFUL RIGHT AWAY, an oral history of the Compass Players and Second City) gives a funny talk about how and why Paul Sills and some other young iconoclasts who hung out in Hyde Park (Mike Nichols, Elaine May, Barbara Harris, and Shelley Berman