The Chairs | The Braid
Inspiring Jewish Stories on Stage (The Braid) • 7m 14s
A 90-year-old tenant in a rent-controlled apartment building becomes an activist when the new manager of her building removes the chairs in the lobby, critically necessary for the many elderly residents who cannot stand while waiting for rides. When she confronts the manager, he tells her there will be no chairs and suggests an alternative: She could move. You will be cheering for this feisty nonagenarian through complaints, lawyers, lawsuits, and tenacious legal research as she battles for justice and dignity.
Produced by The Braid/Jewish Women’s Theatre
True story, Drama with humor
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