Shul - A World Premiere!

by Sheldon Wolf 

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

This production is included in your season passbook! Save money on tickets -> Passbooks are now on sale!

Individual tickets will go on sale JANUARY 1, 2019. 

Groups of 10 or more receive a special discount, and can be reserved prior to JANUARY 1, 2019. Call the box office at 651-647-4315 to hold seats with no up-front cost or risk to you. 

Meet the Artists

The Cast (TBA)


Production Artists (TBA)

 Robert Dorfman, Director

Robert Dorfman, Director


Individual Producers

Mike and Linda Platt

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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