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about us

what we do

 

theatre dybbuk creates provocative performances and innovative educational encounters that explore Jewish thought to illuminate universal human experience.

We envision a world where people challenge themselves to revel in the complexity of our shared humanity. 

 

process

 

We develop all of our projects through a process which takes from 6 months to 2 years. These productions incorporate lyrical language, stylized movement and visceral metaphors to create expressionistic, singularly theatrical experiences.

 

history

theatre dybbuk was founded in 2011 by Artistic Director Aaron Henne. The company’s inaugural production, cave…a dance for lilith (co-produced with LA Contemporary Dance Company), opened on November 9, 2012 at Diavolo in The Brewery Art Colony.

Since its beginnings with cave, theatre dybbuk has created and performed an additional six original, full-length theatrical pieces, as well as two original short pieces, and numerous staged readings and community events. 

Additionally, theatre dybbuk has become a prominent provider of arts-based leadership training, community engagement events, and Jewish educational programs to non-profits, community organizations, synagogues, Hillel chapters, and schools in the Los Angeles area and throughout North America.

contact

 

If you are interested in finding out more about how we work and opportunities for collaboration, please email us at: info@theatredybbuk.org

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sponsors & supporters

theatre dybbuk is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.  We are generously supported by a Cutting Edge Grant from 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.