Inspiring Jewish Stories on Stage l The Braid / JWT Presents:
Truants | The Braid
A school social worker is assigned the task of finding out why eight Russian pupils are always absent from school. To learn the reason, he tries in vain to contact their parents and even drives around the area they live in to see if he can spot them. Once he locates them, he carefully approaches and befriends a neighborhood bubbie on a nearby park bench to discover clues to their truancy. Eventually he learns their terrifying secret, and in a stroke of luck is able to maneuver behind the scenes to help the families.
Produced by The Braid/Jewish Women’s Theatre
True story, Drama
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American Dream | The Braid
Albert Kallis is one of the founders of a well-known American eatery. This moving origin story starts with the question, “Could a menu devoted entirely to pancakes from around the world fill a need in 1950s America?” When Al’s friend asks him to invest in this novel, high-risk concept, Al, an a...