CHAT WITH THE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
We're doing another Facebook live Chat with the Artistic Director this Friday! While we're all cooped up inside, it's nice to stay connected.
Join Artistic Director Aaron Henne on Facebook on Friday, March 27 at noon Pacific Time for a 15 to 20-minute live chat about seeing the universal in the particular in our latest work, breaking protocols. You can also ask questions during the chat (note that you need to like theatre dybbuk on Facebook to enable comments in the live feed). See you on Friday!
theatre dybbuk's next work explodes The Protocols of the Elders of Zion – the notorious, fabricated document used to fuel and justify anti-Semitism – and will explore contemporary issues connected to racism, propaganda, and false narratives.
In-process Public Presentations at LACE April 25, 2020 and at The Hive at Leichtag Commons May 27, 2020.
Photos by Taso Papadakis and 8Twenty8 Studios
HELL PREPARED – A FILM BY TASO PAPADAKIS
We collaborated with our long-time photographer, Taso Papadakis, on a short film that explored the themes present in our recent theatre production, hell prepared: a ritual exorcism inspired by kabbalistic principles, performed within a dominant cultural context. You can watch the film here – please note that the film deals with adult themes. Enjoy!
"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!
IN THE MEDIA