Life in the Time of Coronavirus | The Braid
Inspiring Jewish Stories on Stage (The Braid) • 2m 42s
A note from a friend and a Facebook post affect Kate’s attitude to sheltering in place. This true and inspirational story tells us how we, like caged birds, might choose to handle our confinement.
Produced by The Braid/Jewish Women’s Theatre
True story, Drama
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