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Photos by Taso Papadakis and 8Twenty8 Studios

LA Made

lost tribes staged reading

On Sunday, August 18, we offered a free concert reading of our original work, lost tribes, at the Mark Taper Auditorium at the Central Library in downtown LA.




A big thank you to all those who joined us for the sold-out, limited engagement of our latest theatrical work at the Philosophical Research Society in Los Feliz!


On Tuesday, July 23, Erith Jaffe-Berg – hell prepared's collaborating scholar – presented Jewish Theater Makers of Renaissance Italy: Spiritual Inquiry on and off the Stage at the Philosophical Research Society. Erith is a professor of theatre in the Department of Theatre, Film, and Digital Production at University of California, Riverside whose expertise is in commedia dell'arte.


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April 7, 2019: California Institute for Yiddish Culture and Language and Wilshire Boulevard Temple presented theatre dybbuk's staged reading of God of Vengeance.


theatre dybbuk is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and is generously supported by the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles, with additional support from the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles and The Diane P. & Guilford Glazer Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles.
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"Our society is set up to see education, and ritual, and theater, and art as separate engagements. Our schools are set up this way -- art is not math, when in fact they are completely intertwined. Science is creative, and yet we put science [in a separate box]. Drama is an elective. This is insane! They are all part of one conversation."

Listen in to episode 156 of Judaism Unbound, featuring our artistic director, Aaron Henne!