Come join co-authors Ellen Kahan Zager and Harriet Cohen Helfand and learn how the words of Torah inspired their new book, And There Was Evening And There Was Morning. Ellen and Harriet will lead a joyous and inspirational workshop in making rhymes and images from letters just like those in the book.
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Celebrate the end of winter with an hour of gorgeous songs about love, nature, and the joy that comes with spring. Works by Rossini, Debussy, Grieg, Strauss, Beach, Rachmaninoff, and more will be performed by sopranos Claire Galloway and Ellie Yeonjung Kim, tenor Min Jin, baritone Rob McGinness, and pianist Joseph Satava. A wine reception with the artists will follow the performance. Seating is not reserved and tickets will also be available at the door.
This annual event features a reading by American poet Jan Beatty. Beatty, director of the Master of Fine Arts program at Carlow University in Pittsburgh, won the 2018 Paterson Poetry Prize. Her books include “Jackknife: New and Selected Poems,” “The Switching/Yard,” “Red Sugar,” “Boneshaker,” and “Mad River.”
Considered by many to be the greatest play ever written, Hamlet is everything Shakespeare wrote distilled to a single play. Funny, thrilling, and heartbreaking, Hamlet is a tour de force. It has represented many things to many people, and stands as shorthand for “Theatre.” Strip away the pretense, though, and what’s left is still a masterpiece. We present it in original pronunciation, as audiences first heard it.