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Live music. Free blue and white cupcakes from Butterflake. Grill 212 food for fale. Open bar. Celebrate Israel with hundreds of young Jewish professionals in their 20s and 30s!
Join us for this unique opportunity to hear from renowned scholars working on "A Comprehensive History of the Jews in the Soviet Union" as they share their findings with the public in this day-long conference.
An amazing 9-day adventure in Costa Rica this August with other Jewish Young Professionals!
Before World War II, Jewish culture blossomed throughout Eastern Europe and in the growing Ashkenazi diaspora. Four scholars will discuss the lives of children and adolescents in this Jewish world.
Come face to face with hunger in America. This 45-minute exhibit tells intimate stories of dozens of Americans using portraits, state-of-the-art storytelling techniques and hands-on activities.
Join us as Lauren Yoked of Leket Israel, The National Food Bank, discusses hunger and food waste in Israel and a modern response to the biblical command to provide for those in need.
Norman Jewison's iconic 1971 film adaptation of the 1964 Broadway musical.
With its elaborate design and unforgettable finale, John Schlesinger's 1975 adaptation of Nathanael West’s biblical novel, written on the eve of World War II, is a vision of desperation on the fringes of 1930s Hollywood.
Join us for our next Groovy Saviv Shabbat! Services begin at 7:30 in our main sanctuary, followed by a far out reception. Mushroom pizza, beer and more. Can you dig it?!
Spring Season Opening Day! Come celebrate Shabbat, enjoy an open bar and tailgate with us in celebration of baseball season!
(Apr. 20-30) — A colorful snapshot of modern-day Nazareth examines the complicated emotions that go into living as a modern, progressive family on the world’s most spiritual ground.
(Apr. 28-May 4) — Grieving father Eyal, in a span of a day, steals medicinal marijuana from a hospice and skips work to hang out with his estranged neighbor’s son, while his wife tries to get back to her daily routine.
(Apr. 28-May 4) — A doc about the partnership of a husband and wife whose extraordinary careers spanned six decades of movie-making, from "The Ten Commandments" to "Fiddler on the Roof" to "Full Metal Jacket."
(Apr. 27-May 7) — Illuminating the controversial story of the 1894 treason conviction of Captain Alfred Dreyfus through the fusion of drama, history, and music.
If the thought of becoming a teacher has ever crossed your mind, now is the time. New York City and the surrounding areas need good, passionate teachers now more than ever.
(Through May 7) — Showcasing a never-before-assembled collection of artifacts, archival materials, and stories from knish purveyors past and present.
Exploring the ties between the three major monotheistic religions with works by contemporary Jewish and Muslim composers and Beethoven’s great "Heiliger Dankgesang” Quartet, Op. 132.
"Hands-down the most popular musician in Israel," — Orli Santo, The Jewish Week. The singer-songwriter performs a benefit concert for ORT, the world’s largest Jewish education and vocational training NGO.
"As One" (music by Laura Kaminsky, libretto by Mark Campbell and Kimberly Reed) and "Steal a Pencil for Me" (music by Gerald Cohen, libretto by Deborah Brevoort).
An evening of dramatic readings and discussion that focus on women during the Holocaust and the book launch of the 3rd edition of "Women, Theatre, and the Holocaust Resource Handbook." A reception follows.
(Apr. 26-May 13) — The world premiere of Boris Zilberman’s post-modern urban "Faust." Unrelated strangers are given the chance to realize their inner-most desires in exchange for their cultural identity.
(Apr. 26-28) — A World War II thriller, in which a German soldier is forced to make the ultimate choice between honoring his country and following his heart. Actor Christopher Plummer appears after the premiere.
A benefit performance by concert pianist Mona Golabek, who tells the true story of her mother, a young refugee, one of nearly 10,000 children who escaped from Nazi-occupied Europe on the Kindertransport.
Mark Ruffalo, Tony Shaloub, Danny DeVito and Jessica Hecht star in Arthur Miller's play about a family's struggles to make peace with the past.
(Apr. 20-28) — The film peeks behind Gilbert Gottfried's larger-than-life persona at a more personal story about growing up in Brooklyn and becoming a husband and father late in life.