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theatre dybbuk Residency

The Temple is proud to be the hub and primary partner for theatre dybbuk's residency in Atlanta. While in the city, theatre dybbuk will be offering a variety of performance events, workshops for youth learners, artists, educators, and leaders, and a Shabbat experience.

EVENTS WITH THE TEMPLE:

Tuesday, January 31, 7:00pm at The Temple – breaking protocols reading

This presentation is geared toward adults with a suggested age of 16+.

We prefer you attend this reading in person. Please click here to RSVP.  If that is not possible: Register in advance for this webinarAfter registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

The Temple presents theatre dybbuk’s performed reading of selections from a new theatrical work called breaking protocols. In its entirety the play asks, "Why do conspiracy theories arise and in what ways do they show up at times of great crisis and upheaval in society? And what are the motivations and forces underpinning their proliferation?"

 Using the sometimes comic and heightened approaches of vaudeville, breaking protocols examines the quintessential antisemitic text, "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion," while illuminating contemporary issues connected to antisemitism, propaganda, and false narratives.

This event will include a 60 minute presentation of sections from the play and a 30 minute Q and A with the creative team.

Friday, February 3, 6:00pm at The Temple – Shabbat Service with theatre dybbuk

no reservation required

Enjoy a unique Shabbat experience from our clergy team in collaboration with theatre dybbuk.

In addition to these public events, throughout the week, theatre dybbuk will facilitate a storytelling engagement for some of our religious school students and offer a professional development workshop for staff members.

OTHER ATLANTA EVENTS:

Sunday, February 5, 2:00pm at The Breman Museum –  a special preview of The Merchant Project

RSVP Required. Click here.

In this unique event, The Breman Museum will present the team from theatre dybbuk as they read selections from the company's still-in-development The Merchant Project, a piece which explores Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice. The new piece will have its world premiere in Los Angeles in May 2023, and so this will be an opportunity to get a glimpse into the work as it is being created and to learn about the process with the creative team behind it.

There will be a 60 minute reading of selections from the play followed by a 30-minute Q & A.

In addition to these public events, theatre dybbuk is partnering with the Alfred & Adele Davis Academy, The Weber School, and Working Title Playwrights on a variety of learning opportunities for artists, educators, and students.

Wed, February 1 2023 10 Sh'vat 5783