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JUST SAY KNOW! LISA F. BRILL INSTITUTE FOR JEWISH LEARNING
Know Judaism when you sign up for one of the Lisa F. Brill Institute for Jewish Learning continuing education classes. From sex in the Torah to how to parent/grandparent Jewishly, our class topics are as varied as our many location offerings. Please check out our new classes that have shorter time commitments for those of you with busy work/personal schedules. The Brill Institute is also proud to welcome back many of your favorite teachers. Our goal is to make it as convenient and interesting as possible for you to 'Know Judaism.' As soon as it came into being in the 19th century, the modern, Jewish theatre became a vital form of self-expression. Yiddish theatre at the turn of the 20th century addresses every issue confronting the Jewish people, including persecution, economic deprivation, modernization and mass migration. Ever since then, Jewish artists working in Yiddish, Hebrew, English and other languages have used the theatre to explore a vast range of experiences. Jewish dramatists and performers built theatrical cultures from the ground up in a matter of decades, and have contributed significantly to the drama throughout much of Europe and the Americas.
Instructor: Brian Kimmel, director of Company Jbr>
Materials included in fee.