Events

Exquisite Potential

Jewish Repertory Theatre presents Exquisite Potential by Stephen Kaplan January 7-27, 2021 All parents think their children are brilliant. Alan Zuckerman just happens to think his 3-year-old son, David, is the Messiah. Thirty years ago, Alan and his wife, Laura, visited their rabbi to verify David’s possible divine nature. Thirty years later, everyone older and […]

Songs of Dreams: A Multi-Genre Musical Celebration of MLK Day

Zoom

Martin Luther King, Jr’s famous 1963 speech still resonates today. To celebrate this visionary leader, join James Sokol to journey through an array of music – Broadway, pop, opera & more! – exploring the theme of “dreams.”

A Reintroduction to Philip Roth

Zoom

Four sessions on Zoom, Thursdays, January 21 – Feb 11, 1:30-2:30PM. Join Izzi Abrams for a course on the life and legacy of the prolific author, Philip Roth. This course will focus on two of his later novels, The Plot Against America, a work of alternate history in which Charles Lindbergh becomes president of the United States and Nemesis, a novel that focuses on the outbreak of a polio epidemic in Newark, NJ in the 1940’s.

JBM Extra Chapter

Zoom

Jewish Book Month Virtual Speaker Series “Extra Chapter”The Peanuts Papers: Writ­ers and Car­toon­ists on Char­lie Brown, Snoopy & the Gang, and the Mean­ing of LifeWith editor Andrew BlaunerOver the span of fifty years, Charles M. Schulz created a comic strip that is one of the indisputable glories of American popular culture – hilarious, poignant, and […]

Exploring Opera: Sensational Seville

Zoom

Martin Luther King, Jr’s famous 1963 speech still resonates today. To celebrate this visionary leader, join James Sokol to journey through an array of music – Broadway, pop, opera & more! – exploring the theme of “dreams.”

Torah Hub: Reading Literature Through the Eyes of Jewish Mysticism

4 Community Rd., Marblehead

Explore the Torah and the guidance and wisdom it offers with this popular adult learning series led by local rabbis and leaders. All classes will be held on zoom at 7:30PM and are FREE and open to all, but you must RSVP to Sara Ewing at sewing@jccns.com.

Human Connections in a Disconnected Universe

Zoom

A Three-Generation Family Presentation featuring Judith H. Sherman, Author, Poet and Holocaust Survivor. Judith H. Sherman is the author of Say the Name: A Survivor's Tale in Prose and Poetry Program is FREE and everyone is welcome. For more information, contact Susan Feinstein at 978-740-4431 or sfeinstein@lappinfoundation.org. Register here for the Zoom link

A Reintroduction to Philip Roth

Zoom

Four sessions on Zoom, Thursdays, January 21 – Feb 11, 1:30-2:30PM. Join Izzi Abrams for a course on the life and legacy of the prolific author, Philip Roth. This course will focus on two of his later novels, The Plot Against America, a work of alternate history in which Charles Lindbergh becomes president of the United States and Nemesis, a novel that focuses on the outbreak of a polio epidemic in Newark, NJ in the 1940’s.

JBM Extra Chapter

Zoom

​Jewish Book Month Virtual Speaker Series “Extra Chapter” ​Loaded Blessings by Faith Quintero ​Alternating between Inquisition-era Spain and modern-day Israel, Loaded Blessings is the story of a family who loses almost everything as they flee into exile, but is left with a powerful heirloom that reaches across time.In conversation with, Burak Bekdil, a Turkish columnist who […]

Science-Spirit-Self

Zoom

Wednesdays, 7:30-8:30 p.m., February 3-March 3, 2021. Join us for a five-week exploration into the cutting-edge science of positive psychology and the ancient wisdom of Jewish mysticism in support of men’s physical and mental health. Facilitated by Michele C. Tamaren, M.A.

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