Inspiring Jewish Stories on Stage l The Braid / JWT Presents:
Missing Shabbes | The Braid
Dr. Ron Wolfson, a Jewish Educator, recalls what happens when, as a post–bar mitzvah Hebrew school dropout, he trades the pleasures of hanging out with friends for attending Shabbat dinner with his family. His worried parents call the police when he fails to appear at six o’clock sharp, then exchange their relief for anger shortly after he finally shows up. What follows is a memorable father/son talk that changes the way Ron, and probably you, will think about the importance of Shabbat forever.
Produced by The Braid/Jewish Women’s Theatre
True story, Drama with humor
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Comfort Station | The Braid
On the way to their weekend home in Connecticut, a Manhattan couple pull into a rest stop and observe a distressed woman sitting in her car, gripping the steering wheel and unable to move. The husband impulsively takes action and an emotional and intense scene plays out in front of his wife, wait...