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What Do I Do With All This Heritage?

True stories of Asian Jews as they hold two age-old traditions in their hearts.

Performances with The Braid  

May 15 – June 9 | Los Angeles
June 6 & 9 | Live on Zoom
May 18 & 19 | Bay Area

May 12, 2024 - June 9, 2024

The show offers a whimsical and thought-provoking journey into the lives of Asian Jews as they reveal their true stories of struggle and triumph holding two age-old traditions in their hearts. A cast of professional Asian American actors, some of whom are also Jewish, bring to life funny stories of food, heartbreaking stories about feeling alone, and triumphant stories of discovering that having “all this heritage” doesn’t dilute one’s Asian or Jewish identities, but rather strengthens both.


Remember The Women Institute

Women, Theatre and the Holocaust, YomHaShoah Commemoration

Performance; play by AJT Member Cindy Cooper 

Marlene Meyerson Manhattan JCC, W. 76 and Amsterdam

May 6, 2024, 7:00 pm

My play, 'English Lessons' about Gemma LaGuardia Gluck (sister of Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia), who was a political prisoner in a concentration camp, will be presented in Women, Theatre and the Holocaust produced by Remember the Women Institute for Holocaust Remembrance Day, May 6th at 7 pm, in person. 


Miami Madness May Fringe

Miami Madness

DC Arts Center 2438 18th St NW Washington, D.C. 20009

May 23, 24, 30, 31 & June 1  7:30pm
 The Moth champion, David Rodwin, shares a hilarious story about getting hired to write a musical about the history of Miami. To be staged on a boat. Owned by a Russian oligarch. Produced by a guy who sold timeshares. Hold tight for Rodwin’s 9th comedic storytelling special as he takes his boss’s horrifying humor and spins it into gold. Who will win the death match between San Francisco culture and Floridian worldview? No one on a boat.


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