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Artists Celebrate: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Expelled from Germany, Rabbi Joachim Prinz arrived in the United States in 1937. Here, he witnessed racism against African Americans and realized the American ideal was not a reality. As rabbi of Temple B'nai Abraham in Newark, NJ and later as President of the American Jewish Congress, Prinz became a leader of the civil rights movement and worked to organize the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Dir. Rachel Fisher and Rachel Pasternak (USA, 2014, 57 min) Followed by a conversation with filmmakers and family. (more)REGISTER
arts + ideas > performing arts > theater and dance
Mon, Jan 19
winter
5pm once
Artists Celebrate: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
With Co-founder of Dance Theater of Harlem Arthur Mitchell and dancers Ashley Murphy and Da'Von Doane Upon learning of the death of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1968, world renowned choreographer and dancer Arthur Mitchell was inspired to found Dance Theater of Harlem—a racially diverse ballet company, and a school that would offer children in Harlem the opportunity to learn about dance. Join us for the rare opportunity to hear Arthur Mitchell narrate his life story accompanied by choreography and two extraordinary performers from the Dance Theater of Harlem. (more)REGISTER
arts + ideas > performing arts > theater and dance
Mon, Jan 19
winter
7pm once
Israeli Stage: Two Theatrical Readings
In this one-person show, audiences meet a young man on a journey. Yoni runs away from school, from home, and from himself the moment he hears the words disabled and dyslexic. In this moving show, Sivan Ben Yishai reveals the experience of what it is like to feel like an outsider, to be differently abled, and yet at the same time feel whole. (more)REGISTER
arts + ideas > performing arts > theater and dance
Mon, Jan 26
winter
7:30pm once
Israeli Stage: Two Theatrical Readings
In this witty, poignant, and touching play, a psychotherapist named Ella, who is a single mother, gets a visit from a new, desperate patient: God. The Arts Fuse says, "This is a delicious script, ably translated and full of great lines that reflect the way characters, phrases, and situations from the Tanach (Hebrew Bible) imbue daily life and culture in Israel." (more)REGISTER
arts + ideas > performing arts > theater and dance
Mon, Feb 2
winter
7:30pm once
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