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Hello AJT Member,

Our 32nd annual international conference in Minneapolis/St Paul with the Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company is rapidly approaching if you have not registered yet now is the time to do so. 

Below Please Find

*An updated Schedule for the conference 


*Information on some of our Presenters and Panelists


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Association for Jewish Theatre 32nd Annual Conference 

Hosted by Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company 

“Imagining Jewish Theater in the 21st Century”

June 2-5, 2013

Steering Committee

Barbara Brooks, Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company

Sheila Livingston, Guthrie Theater

Hayley Finn, Playwrights’ Center

Julie Gordon Dalgleish, Arts Development Associates


Pre-Conference: Saturday, June 1 – Optional Day/Evening

Recommendations:  Relax around the lakes, Science Museum, Guthrie Theater, Ordway Center, MN Twins game

 

Conference Day 1: Sunday, June 2 – check in, arrival, registration, welcome

6:00 Food Boat Cruise on Betsy Northup, Mississippi River – leaves from downtown St. Paul

Program to honor Theodore Bikel with Mindy Ratner, Minnesota Public Radio

Conference Day 2: Monday, June 3 - all daytime events at Crowne Plaza, St. Paul

8:00 AM Continental Breakfast 

9:00 “What If” - Visionaries Panel – Michelle Hensley (Ten Thousand Things Theater), Laura Zabel (Springboard for the Arts), Adrienne Dierks (Project Success), Barbara Brooks (MJTC) 
10:30 Break
10:45 “Jewish Theater Models - What is Jewish Theater”? 
Panelists: include Kathleen Sitzer, New Jewish Theater, St. Louis (JCC), Ronda Spinak, Los Angeles Jewish Theater, (Salon), Diane Gilboa,    Theatre Or (Special Event), Barbara Brooks, Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company (Independent)               
12:30 – 1:45  Lunch at Hotel
1:00  - Conversation on Culturally-Specific Theater in the United States with Sarah Bellamy, Associate Artistic Director, Penumbra Theatre, and Randy Reyes, Incoming Artistic Director, Mu Performing Arts 

2:00 – 3:00 You and Your Audience: Building Strong Relationships

Whether you are an organization or an individual artist, the process of  developing an audience for your work is basically the same.  Robin         Gillette, Executive Director of the Minnesota Fringe Festival, and Julie   Gordon Dalgleish, principal in the consulting firm Arts Development Associates, will lead a discussion about how to identify, reach and engage audiences, with a particular focus on audience development.
3:-3:30 break
3:30-4:30 Funding Streams –Approximately $70 million of Minnesota taxpayer money is disbursed by the legislature to arts and cultural       organization in the state of MN each year.  The City of St. Paul Cultural Star program awards over $1,000,000 to arts and cultural organizations in the City, and many major corporations with headquarters in MN      such as Target, General Mills, and Best Buy support the arts as well.      This session will look at philosophies and practices from institutional,  city, and state sources.   Senator Dick Cohen, Chair, Judiciary                  Committee, Minnesota Senate; Ted Flaum, Jewish Federation of St.Paul; City of  St. Paul and corporate panelists to be announced.   
4:30-5:30  – Special Affinity Pre-Dinner for producers and artistic directors with Ted Flaum, Jewish Federation of St. Paul, and       Rabbis Alan Shavit-Lonstein, Adam Spilker, and Morris Allen Join us   for a discussion exploring: Why did the Jewish Federation of St. Paul   make Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company a beneficiary agency? What value does the institutional Jewish community place on MJTC? How does Jewish theater meet the needs of the Jewish community in the United States? What information can you take away that may help you nurture support for your work?
7:00  Performer’s Showcase – location to be determined
Conference Day 3: Tuesday, June 4
8:00 Breakfast on your Own 
8:45 Bus to Children’s Theatre Company
9:15  Childrens’ and Family Theater – Panel Moderator: Peter         Brosius, Artistic Director, Children’s Theatre Company; Topic: handling tough topics in plays for children and families. Panelists: Elissa Adams, dramaturge, Jeffrey Hatcher, playwright, Rosanna Stafford,                    playwright, and Jenna Zark, playwright.  
10:30 Performance of “Alice In Wonderland” at Children’s       Theatre Company, then to the Playwrights’ Center
12:30 Box Lunch at Playwrights’ Center 
1:30 Producer’s Forum – speed dating 
2:45 break 
3:15 Keynote - Emily Mann – salon with Robert Skloot, U. of  WI/   Madison
4:30 break

5:15 dinner – must sign up in advance for restaurant

7:00 – Playwright’s Forum 
“What is the Playwrights' Center?” with Jeremy Cohen, Artistic Director of Playwrights’ Center.  What is its interest in fostering the development of new plays with Jewish interest and universal appeal?  How can playwrights avail themselves of the resources here and elsewhere? Followed by Playwrights’ Program, Mc: Hayley Finn; scenes, then speed dating
Conference Day 4: Wednesday, June 5 – morning          events at Crowne Plaza, St. Paul
8:30 Breakfast/brunch
9:00 General Association Meeting
10:15 break 
10:30 Board Governance, Roles and Responsibilities – Panelists to be announced.   
11:30 – 12:00 – Closing Speaker on Jewish Theater in the 21st     century- Hayley Finn
1:00 pm Guthrie Matinee and Tour (fee for ticket for “The Primrose Path”)           
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Presenters and Panelists 
Biographies 2 
In order of appearance: Elissa Adams, Sarah Bellamy, Peter Brosius, Jeremy Cohen, Julie Gordon Dalgleish, Hayley Finn, Robin C. Gillette, Jeffrey Hatcher, Michelle Hensley, Emily Mann, Randy Reyes, Rosanna Staffa, Laura Zabel, Jenna Zark

Elissa Adams is the Director of New Play Development at Children’s Theatre Company.  Since 1998, she has overseen the commissioning and development of more than  thirty new plays produced at CTC, including A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings, Korczack’s Children, Once Upon a Forest (which she wrote with Moniek Merkx), Reeling, Esperanza Rising, Five Fingers of Funk, Bert and Ernie, Goodnight,  Iqbal and Robin Hood. She is the co-editor of Fierce and True: Plays for Teen Audiences and Face of America: Plays for Young People both published by the University of Minnesota Press.  Prior to her position at CTC, she served as Director of Playwright Services at The Playwrights’ Center and Literary Manager at La Jolla Playhouse. She was a 2007 recipient of a McKnight Foundation Theatre Artist Fellowship.  In 2008, she travelled to Tanzania as a teaching artist with the International Theatre and Literacy Project.  She holds an MFA in Dramaturgy from UC San Diego.

 

Sarah Bellamy is Associate Artistic Director for Penumbra Theatre Company. She has designed several programs that engage patrons in critical thinking, dialogue, and action around issues of race and social justice. Select programs include Penumbra's Race Workshop curated to accompany the Science Museum of Minnesota’s exhibit RACE: Are We So Different?, and the Summer Institute, a leadership development program for teens to practice art for social change. A graduate of Sarah Lawrence College, Ms. Bellamy holds an M.A. in the Humanities from The University of Chicago and is currently working toward her doctorate in Comparative Studies and Discourse in Society at the University of Minnesota.

 

Peter Brosius joined The Children's Theatre Company (CTC) as its third artistic director in 1997. During Mr. Brosius' tenure, CTC was the winner of the 2003 Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre, the first time ever a youth theater was bestowed this honor. In addition, CTC's production of A Year with Frog and Toad, which completed a run at the Cort Theater on Broadway in June 2003, was nominated for three Tony Awards. In 1998, under Brosius' leadership, CTC established THRESHOLD, a new play laboratory that has allowed CTC to work with some of the leading playwrights in American to create world premiere productions: Nilo Cruz, Jeffrey Hatcher, Kia Corthrun, Naomi Iizuka, to name a few. Brosius has helped launch new education programs, one of which is the acclaimed Neighborhood Bridges program that is being used as a national model. Past directing credits at CTC include: Anon(ymous), The Lost Boys of Sudan, The Monkey King, Hansel & Gretel, Amber Waves, The Snow Queen, Dragonwings, Mississippi Panorama, A Village Fable, Whale, Afternoon of the Elves, and Boundless Grace. Previously he was the artistic director of the Improvisational Theatre Project of the Mark Taper Forum, where he commissioned and directed numerous world premieres by authors such as Lisa Loomer, Erin Cressida Wilson, Peter Mattei, as well as the U.S. premieres of One Thousand Cranes by Colin Thomas, Stamping Shouting and Singing Home by Lisa Evans, and Robinson and Crusoe by Teatro Dell Angollo. At the Taper, he also directed numerous productions for the Taper's New Work Festival and for its mainstage. In addition, he has directed at theatres across the country: South Coast Repertory, Arizona Theatre Company, South Street Theatre on Theatre Row, Pan Asian Repertory. He also spent many years as director-in-residence at The Sundance Playwrights Laboratory. He is the recipient of numerous awards including Theatre Communications Group's Alan Schneider Director's Award and honors from the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award and Dramalogue.


Jeremy Cohen Prior to his role as Producing Artistic Director of the Playwrights’ Center, Jeremy B. Cohen served as the Associate Artistic Director and Director of New Play Development at Hartford Stage from 2003 to 2010. Cohen is also the Founding Artistic Director of Naked Eye Theatre Company in Chicago.  His directing credits at Hartford Stage include: Snow Falling on Cedars, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Mistakes Were Made, The Scene (with George Street Playhouse), Mahalia: A Gospel Musical (with Frenchie Davis), I Am My Own Wife, Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune (with Portia & Robert Clohessey), Bad Dates and A Christmas Carol.  Other regional theatre credits include: U.S. premiere of Kwame Kwei-Armah’s Let There Be Love with Avery Brooks (Centerstage); world premiere of Theresa Rebeck's The Novelist (Dorset Theatre); world premiere of Smart Cookie (Alliance); The Scene, Bad Dates, and Trip to Bountiful (Alley Theatre); the 4-city tour of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (Actor's Theatre of Louisville, Rep Theatre of St Louis, Kansas City Rep and New Victory Theatre, NYC); Hannah and Martin (Theater J), after its world premiere production (TimeLine); Nickel and Dimed (Steppenwolf); world premieres of Adam Rapp’s Ghosts in the Cottonwoods (Victory Gardens), Scott McPherson’s Scraped (Bailiwick), world and West Coast premieres of Michael Elyanow’s The Idiot Box (Naked Eye Theatre Company & Open Fist Theatre, LA); US premiere of Mom’s the Word (Metropolis Theatre/Royal George); East Coast premiere of Closet Land (NY Performance Works); The Unexpected Man (Adirondack Theatre); and the Midwest premiere of Shopping and F***ing (Bailiwick). At Naked Eye, Cohen developed/directed 20 plays, including world premieres of Jamie Pachino’s Waving Goodbye (Steppenwolf) and Timothy Mason’s Cannibals and Midwest premieres of Adam Rapp’s Nocturne and Naomi Wallace’s One Flea Spare (Goodman).  Cohen has also directed/developed inaugural workshops of Seminar (NYSF), Brahman/i (Workshop production/LaJolla Playhouse), Some of the People, All of the Time (Pasadena Playhouse & Playwrights’ Center), Smart Cookie (Playwrights’ Center), Good on Paper (Denver Center), Lost Boy Found in Whole Foods (New Harmony) and The Radiant Abyss (Woolly Mammoth), as well as other new plays by Adam Bock, Michael Elyanow, Barbara Field, Dan O'Brien, Adam Rapp, Theresa Rebeck, Hana Sharif, Mat Smart, Victoria Stewart and Naomi Wallace.  He is the recipient of numerous awards and nominations for his directing and productions, including Joseph Jefferson, Helen Hayes and After Dark. Cohen has been a Director and part of the Directing Faculty at the O’Neill Playwright’s Conference/National Theatre Institute, and recipient of both an NEA/TCG Directors Fellowship and a Northwestern University award for his play 12 Volt Heart.

 

Julie Gordon Dalgleish has worked for 30 years in communications, planning, management, program development, and evaluation for a wide variety of performing and visual arts enterprises and cultural, government, and funding agencies throughout the United States and in Canada, England, and New Zealand.  She serves as a principal of Arts Development Associates (ADA), a Minnesota-based consulting firm with which she has been associated since 1985.  Among the marketing and audience development projects and plans she has developed are those for Frank, Ten Thousand Things, and Park Square Theatres, all in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis/St. Paul; Paper Mill Playhouse in New Jersey; Royal Winnipeg Ballet in Canada; and a number of orchestras throughout the country, among many other arts organizations.  This past year she managed a cultural event for the City of Minneapolis and Mill City Museum to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the I-35W bridge collapse which featured an exhibition and music, theater and poetry commissions.   Between 1996 and 2010 she worked with the Bush Foundation in St. Paul MN (four of those years as an employee), where she directed its Artist Fellows Program and reviewed organizational grants.  In 1987, Dalgleish co-authored the book Waiting in the Wings: A Larger Audience for the Arts and How to Develop It, which was revised in 1993.  Currently she serves on the boards of directors for the national service organization, Cerf+ (Craft Emergency Relief Fund + Artist Emergency Resources) and the Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company.

 

Hayley Finn is Associate Artistic Director at the Playwrights’ Center where she directs all of their staged readings.  She has directed at Cherry Lane, Vineyard Theater, New Dramatists, the O’Neill, The Public, Nine Gates Festival in Prague, and in the Twin Cities, Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company, History Theatre, and Workhaus Collective.  She has assistant directed Tony Award-winning productions, and is a recipient of the Ruth Easton Fellowship, Drama League Fellowship, and TCG New Generations Future Leader grant.  She received her B.A. and M.A. from Brown University.

 

Robin C. Gillette has served as Executive Director of Minnesota Fringe Festival since September 2006. Minnesota Fringe, one of the oldest and largest fringe festivals in the U.S., is an annual uncurated performance festival that, in 2012, presented 829 performances of 163 shows and distributed over 46,000 tickets in eleven days. Previously, she managed marketing and community relations at Mixed Blood Theatre, was managing director for Outward Spiral Theatre Company (a Minneapolis-based GLBT theater company) and was producer for Teatro del Pueblo (a St. Paul-based Latino theater company). She developed a taste for festivals in New York, where she was Associate Producer for Contemporary Programming at Lincoln Center, as well as Production Coordinator for the Lincoln Center Festival. The common thread has been managing diverse performing arts events, serving a wide audience base - a simultaneously challenging and rewarding puzzle to solve.   Because Minnesota Fringe works with over 1,100 artists every year, each with independent social networks, we've found that social media and  personal connections make for powerful tools to attract attention and build audiences.

 

Jeffrey Hatcher is one of America’s most respected contemporary playwrights. 

Broadway:  “Never Gonna Dance.”  Off-Broadway/Regional:  “Three Viewings,” “Scotland Road,” “A Picasso,” “Tuesdays with Morrie (with Mitch Albom), “Compleat Female Stage Beauty,” “The Turn of the Screw,”  “Cousin Bette,” “Good ‘n Plenty,” “Mercy of a Storm,” “Murderers,” “Mrs. Mannerly,” “What’s the Word For,”  “Ella,” “Korczak’s Children,” “Smash,” “The Spy,” “Armadale,” “Work Song (with Eric Simonson,” “Lucky Duck (with Bill Russell and Henry Krieger), “To Fool the Eye,” “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” “Ten Chimneys,” “Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Suicide Club” and others at Manhattan Theatre Club, Yale Rep, The Guthrie, Primary Stages, Arena Stage, Asolo Theater, The Acting Company, Northlight, Milwaukee Rep, Children’s Theater Company, Seattle Rep, Old Globe, Denver Center, Alley Theater, City Theater, Philadelphia Theater Company, Cleveland Playhouse, Arizona Theater Company, Cincinnati Playhouse, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Indiana Repertory Theater and dozens more in the U.S. and abroad.  FILM/ TV:  “Stage Beauty,” “Casanova,”  “The Duchess,” and episodes of “Columbo.”  GRANTS/AWARDS:  NEA, TCG, Lila Wallace Fund, Rosenthal New Play Prize, Frankel Award, Charles MacArthur Fellowship Award, Edgerton Grant, McKnight and Jerome Foundations, Barrymore Award Best New Play (“A Picasso”), L.A. Critics Circle Award Best Adaptation(“Cousin Bette”).  Member and/or alumnus: The Playwrights Center, Dramatists Guild, Writers Guild and New Dramatists. 

 

Michelle Hensley is the founder and artistic director of Ten Thousand Things Theater, where she has directed and produced over 50 tours of award-winning drama to low-income audiences in prisons, shelters and housing projects, as well as for the general public.  Most productions make local critics annual Outstanding Production lists, including Brecht’s The Good Person of Szechwan, Greek tragedies like The Furies, Electra and Antigone,  Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure, The Tempest, Cymbeline, Richard III, Twelfth Night and Othello,  and musicals like The Unsinkable Molly Brown, The Most Happy Fella, Ragtime and The Little Shop of Horrors.  Michelle has been awarded a McKnight Theater Artist Fellowship, and in 2012 the Star Tribune named her the Twin Cities best Artistic Director.  Michelle is a winner of the Francesca Primus Prize, an annual award given by the American Theater Critics Association for outstanding contribution to the American theater by a female artist.


EMILY MANN is in her seventeenth season as Artistic Director of McCarter Theatre, where she is also the resident playwright.  Ms. Mann wrote and directed Having Our Say, adapted from the book by Sarah L. Delany and A. Elizabeth Delany with Amy Hill Hearth, which had its world premiere at McCarter Theatre prior to its successful run on Broadway, a national tour and a production at the Market Theatre in Johannesburg, South Africa. The Broadway production was nominated for three Tony awards, an Outer Critics and a Drama Desk award.  Ms. Mann also wrote the teleplay for Having Our Say which aired as a Kraft Premiere Movie on CBS TV April 18, 1999 and received a Peabody Award, a Christopher Award and a nomination for outstanding achievement in television and radio by the Writers Guild of America.  Ms. Mann wrote and directed Meshugah, adapted from the story by Isaac Bashevis Singer, which had its world premiere at McCarter and was recently produced Off-Broadway.  Her play, Greensboro (A Requiem), had its world premiere at McCarter in 1997.  She received an Obie Award for her direction of the New York run of Edward Albee’s All Over with Rosemary Harris.  Ms. Mann made her Broadway debut as a playwright and director with Execution of Justice, for which she received a Bay Area Theatre Critics Award, a Playwriting Award from the Women’s Committee of the Dramatists Guild, a Burns Mantle Yearbook Best Play Citation, and a Drama Desk nomination.  Her play, Still Life, premiered at the Goodman Theatre, and opened Off-Broadway under her direction in 1981, winning six Obie Awards, including Distinguished Playwriting and Distinguished Directing.  Her first play, Annulla, An Autobiography, premiered at The Guthrie Theater and was produced at The New Theatre of Brooklyn with Linda Hunt.  A recipient of the prestigious Hull-Warriner Award and the Edward Albee Last Frontier Directing Award, Ms. Mann is a member of the Dramatists Guild and serves on its Council.  A collection of her plays, Testimonies: Four Plays, has been published by Theatre Communications Group, Inc.

 

Randy Reyes is the Community Liaison and Artistic Associate at Mu Performing Arts (incoming Artistic Director as of Sept 2013).  Randy has acted for the Guthrie (M. Butterfly, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Government Inspector, A Midsummer Night's Dream), Mu Performing Arts (Little Shop of Horrors, Yellow Face, The Romance of Magno Rubio, Flower Drum Song), The Workhaus Collective (Music Lovers, Short Play About Globalization), Mixed Blood Theatre (1001), and MN Fringe Festival (Brain Fighters, The Damn Audition, How to Cheat), among others.   Randy's the Artistic Director for The Strange Capers, a theater company that does outdoor Shakespeare in the spirit of a gift.  As a director, Randy's projects include Twelfth Night,  As You Like It and A Midsummer Night's Dream with The Strange Capers; Thoroughly Modern Millie and City of Angels at the Bloomington Theater and Arts Center; King of Shadows at Pillsbury House Theatre; the Workhaus Collective's production of God Save Gertrude; Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them, wtf, Cowboy Versus Samurai and Circle Around the Island with Mu Performing Arts;  Suitcase Science, Voices, and The Value ofLlife at the Science Museum;  Found at Augsburg College and Antigone at Macalester College.  Randy is a lead teaching artist in the Guthrie's education dept.  He also teaches acting and movement at the University of Minnesota BFA Actor Training Program, and has taught at NYU Grad Acting Program, Wagner College, University of Utah, The Guthrie Experience for Actors in Training, and Augsburg College. Randy trained at The Juilliard School and the University of Utah

 

Rosanna Staffa

Her play Ada was a Terrence McNally Award 2013 finalist.  Her adaptation of The Biggest Little House in the Forest by Djemma Beider, a one woman toy theatre piece, was seen on stage at CTC in April 2010 and has been re-mounted in its 2012-2013 season. The play is included in the Plays for Early Learning Anthology published by the University of Minnesota Press.

Bob Capa in Ciudad Juarez was a finalist for the BAPF.  Her play The Innocence of Ghosts was seen in New York Off-Broadway at St Clement’s Theatre and was filmed for inclusion in the Lincoln Center Theatre on Film Library.  Her play The Interview opened the Tokyo International Arts Festival.  It was previously seen at PlayLabs in Minneapolis. It was a Jaw finalist and BAPF finalist.  Ada, commissioned by the Guthrie Theatre, was nominated for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize and The Kesserling Award.  Her work has been seen and developed in Italy, Japan and in the US in New York (The Flea, EST, Soho Rep), Los Angeles (The Mark Taper Forum, The Odyssey Theatre, Theatre of N.O.T.E., ASK), Minneapolis ( CTC, The Guthrie Theatre, Bedlam Theatre, The Theatre Garage, Thirst, the Fringe Festival) and theaters across the country.  Her plays Mirage and Lucky are published by Smith & Kraus in The Best Ten Minute Plays 2006. Waltz and My brother Sandro are published by Heinemann. The play Seashell by Rosanna Staffa was the winner of the Bedlam Theatre 10 minute Festival Prize 2009 in Minneapolis.  was a recipient of a McKnight Advancement Grant, a Jerome Fellowship and an AT&T/On Stage Grant.  She is currently an Alumni Core Member at The Playwrights Center in Minneapolis.

 

Laura Zabel is executive director of Springboard for the Arts, an artist-led economic development agency based in Minnesota. Springboard provides programs that help artists make a living and a life; and programs that help communities tap into the resource that artists provide. Some of Springboard's projects include: Community Supported Art (CSA), which is based on the Community Supported Agriculture model and connects artists directly with patrons; the Artists Access to Healthcare program, which was awarded the 2010 Social Entrepreneur's Cup; and the Irrigate project, a national model for how cities can engage artists to help reframe and address big community challenges. Springboard also provides entrepreneurship training and other resources to artists and communities. In addition to their work in Minnesota, Springboard's programs have been replicated in over 40 communities across the country. Laura recently received the Visionary Leader award from the Harvard Club and MN Council of Nonprofits. She has been one of Minneapolis Business Journal's 40 Under Forty and Minnesota Monthly’s 12 Minnesotans Who Can See the Future. Laura serves on advisory boards for the Knight Foundation, Twin Cities LISC, Minnesota Theater Alliance and the University of Kansas. Laura is also an actor and lives in Minneapolis with her comedy writer husband, Levi Weinhagen, and their 7-year old daughter.

 

Jenna Zark’s play A Body of Water was published by Dramatists Play Service and produced at Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company and other regional theaters after its debut at Circle Repertory in New York.  Recent Twin Cities productions include Alyeska, produced at Blank Slate Theatre; A Great Miracle Happened Here at the Illusion Theater’s Fresh Ink Series; I Wouldn’t Be Here and In Coya’s House at the Great American History Theatre and The Magic Dreidels, produced at the Minnesota Jewish Theatre and other theaters around the country. Jenna is a two time winner of the McKnight Advancement Artists Fellowship and a member of Prosody, the new musical theater group at Theater Latté Da. She is also a columnist at TC Jewfolk and this spring her first novel, which is for young readers and called The Beat on Ruby’s Street, will be available in paperback and Kindle editions at Amazon.

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