• Posted May 27, 2013
    The Hebrew Lesson was performed to a full house this past Friday in Wykoff, MN at Dream Acres. The venue was terrific, the sound of rain present. The show was well received. Thank you for again for your support.
  • Posted March 30, 2013
    Dear friends,
    One day left- hopefully we will meet our goal. Just reporting that we have confirmed our first touring performance at the Dreamery, a rural arts initiative. Thank you for helping us get there.

  • Posted March 28, 2013
    Only 3 days left to reach our goal. Artists to Artists
    is matching donations for the next 3 days! Thank you again for your support!
  • Posted March 26, 2013
    Dear friends, We are coming up to the final week of our fundraising effort. Please continue to help us spread the word over the next couple of days. Last night,the first night of Passover, I was again reminded how important this work is. We offer a critical voice that is not often heard and sometimes silenced. Thank you for your support and for your work in the world- all of us intrinsically and thankfully in this world together.
  • Posted March 11, 2013
    Thank you all for your support. We are now 1/4 way to our goal. Our first potential performance is in May in a rural community in Minnesota. Each year as the Spring holidays approach(I am presently in a hotel stranded on the road stuck in a snow blizzard)I renew a committment to being part of creating a world that is whole, just, and peaceful. This work comes out of that committment. Thank you for supporting it.
  • Posted March 02, 2013
    Thank you so much for your support. In collaboration with USA Projects we have adjusted our touring plans. The budget has been altered to reflect a 2 show tour, giving the project a better opportunity for success. We have also extended the deadline for fundraising until the end of March. The Hebrew Lesson is one of the featured projects this week by USA Projects! Please continue to spread the word.

A Rite of Return about the Right of Return, The Hebrew Lesson weaves myth, history, ritual, and humor to tell its story.