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Event 6 details

EVENT 6: Jewish Theatre-Making from Around the World
Artistic Leaders of Jewish Theatre Companies from Canada, USA, England, Mexico, Hungary

Monday, October 26, 3pm – 4:30pm Eastern Time (12pm – 1:30pm Pacific Time)


Panelists:
András Borgula,
Artistic Director of Gólem Theater in Budapest, Hungary
Helen Marcos, Artistic Director of La Caja Negra, México. Playwright/psychodramatist
Rachel Mars, London based writer/performer, former Jewish arts producer for JW3
Zalmen Mlotek, Artistic Director of National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene
David Eisner,
Co-Artistic Director of Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company in Toronto
Moderator: Rebecca Guber, Director and Founder of Asylum Art

Andras-Borgula

András Borgula

Helen-Marcos

Helen Marcos

Rachel-Mars

Rachel Mars

Zalmen-Mlotek

Zalmen Mlotek

David-Eisner

David Eisner

Rebecca-Guber

Rebecca Guber

Tickets: $15 for Members ($45 for entire conference), $25 for Non-Members ($75 for entire conference)

How: RSVP to conference@alljewishtheatre.org

Description: This panel will address a range of questions including: How are Jewish Theatre leaders across the globe adapting to the new world and the future world to come? What are the themes that are different from each part of the world? How are theatre institutions supported financially in each country? What is the Jewish and non-Jewish breakdown of audiences and artists at each company? What is Anti-Semitism like in each country and how does it impact theatre-making?

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