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The true story of a young Swedish woman en route to Jerusalem to discover her roots, who finds unexpected love. Upon being asked to marry, the Synagogue Rabbi declares the bride not Jewish enough for an Orthodox wedding. As despair ensues, the struggle of a lifetime begins.
Set in the 1940s, this tragicomedy – elevated by an original music score – performed live by Swedish composer Elin Palmer; a lighthearted Charlie Chaplin mime motif; and breathtaking aerial theatrics by former Cirque du Soleil artist Sara Joel, is a rare theatrical feast for the senses all generations will enjoy.
THESPIS THEATER FESTIVAL
CABRINI REPERTORY THEATER
701 Fort Washington Avenue / New York, NY 10040
JUNE 17th at 8:45pm / JUNE 20th at 9pm / JUNE 22nd at 2pm
Tickets $20 + minimal fee (no discounts) http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/637295
Get into character! Come dress the part – in your 40s best – for entry into our Special Prize Drawing