The Telling Monologues


Alliance for Jewish Theatre (AJT) is excited to announce our first virtual theatre project: The Telling Monologues.

Alliance for Jewish Theatre (AJT) just completed our first virtual theatre project: The Telling Monologues. Theatre artists from around the world submitted written and performed pieces about Passover.

We wanted to create a community in a time of a plague, and we joined together to create a sense of hope, a sense of love. Passover provided this inspiration: a universal story, a story of freedom, of redemption, and of coming out of oppression.

Written Monologues:

‘Monologue on Liberation’ by Toby Klein Greenwald

‘Six Questions’ by Sharon Dobuler Katz

‘The Story Never Ends’ by Keren Goldberg

‘My Telling Monologue’ by Wendy Graf

‘A Passover Eulogy: A Fifth Question’ by Hank Kimmel

‘Corona in Turkmenistan’ by Tanya Kornilovich

‘Next Year In Person’ by Sally Weber

Written & Performed Monologues:

‘Water Will Protect You’ by Lucy Marshall

‘The Fifth Question’ by Lojo Simon

‘I Never Really Liked Passover’ by Steve Gottfried and performed by Chloe Allowitz

‘Elijah 2020’ by Annie Wood


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