Shul - A World Premiere

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by Sheldon Wolf

April 27 - May 19, 2019

The remaining congregants of an old synagogue must decide what to do with their dilapidated building. Should they try to keep the congregation going, sell the building, or share it with members of another faith community? This funny, charming, and endearing new work explores what it means to be Jewish for different generations. To be directed by actor Robert Dorfman in his directorial debut.

Order tickets online here. For more information call 651-647-4315 or visit our Ticket Information page.

Artists

The Cast

 
Avi Aharoni

Avi Aharoni

 
nancy marvy

nancy marvy

Raye birk

Raye birk

charles numrich

charles numrich

Jôher Coleman

Jôher Coleman

paul Schoenack

paul Schoenack

nathaniel fuller

nathaniel fuller

 
Dexieng yang

Dexieng yang

 

Production Artists

 
Robert Dorfman, Director

Robert Dorfman, Director

Michael Hoover, Scenic Design

Michael Hoover, Scenic Design

Rebecca Bernstein, costume design

Rebecca Bernstein, costume design

Paul epton, lighting design

Paul epton, lighting design

 
 
C Andrew Mayer, Sound Design

C Andrew Mayer, Sound Design

Rick polenek, properties design

Rick polenek, properties design

Jo Holcomb, dramaturg

Jo Holcomb, dramaturg

Katie sondrol, stage manager

Katie sondrol, stage manager

Sheldon wolf, playwright

Sheldon wolf, playwright

 

Ticket Information

Box Office: Call 651-647-4315 or CLICK HERE to order online.

Tickets are $23 - $38, depending on the date of the performance. For more information, visit our Ticket Information page. View our Performance Calendar to see dates and times or check out the Shul Facebook Event.

Groups of 10 or more receive a special discount, and can be reserved at any time. Call the box office to hold seats for your group, synagogue, or class with no up front cost or risk to you.

This production is included in the MJTC 2018-2019 Season Passbook.


Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company gratefully acknowledges the support of The Oren & Sharron Steinfeldt Foundation.

This project was made possible in part with the support of Rimon: The Minnesota Jewish Arts Council, an initiative of the Minneapolis Jewish Federation.

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board
and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.

 
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Individual Producers

Susan Albrecht in memory of Nancy Desmond
Linda & Mike Platt

 Producer’s Circle

Jake Hurwitz & Doreen Frankel
Phil & Renae Goldman
David & Mary Ann Wark

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