Experience Our Culture through the arts
KFAR Jewish Arts Center Spring Events: March - May
Number of People (Theatre-World Premiere)
3/6/10 - 3/28/10 times vary, all ages, $20-25
Piven Theatre @ Noyes Cultural Arts Center
927 Noyes Street, Evanston,
(Purple Line Noyes Station, Street Parking)
Leo Gold, aging statistician and Holocaust survivor, recounts his legacy and fading memories of the past in this one-man show.
Number of People illuminates the nobility of one who struggles to hold onto his love, compassion, memory and identity out of one of
the most horrible catastrophes in history.
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Oranges ROCK the Seder Plate (Music):
Girls in Trouble, Stereo Sinai & Naomi Less
4/4/10 - 3pm, 2:30 doors all ages, $12 / $15
BooCoo Culutral Center
1823 W. Church Street (at Dodge), Evanston
(Purple Line Dempster, Street Parking)
The addition of an Orange to many Seder plates symbolizes those whmo for centuries were left out of participation in Jewish ritual
life- namely women. This Pesach, KFAR showcases three powerhouse female performers who will rock your matzahs.
Girls in Trouble
Led by violin-looper and singer Alicia Jo Rabins, Girls in trouble combines mysticism, a looping pedal, ancient women's tales and
poetry to make beautiful songs about love & leprosy. The material draws on Rabins' study at Pardes while playing in rock clubs at
night. Alicia is also a member of Golem.
Stereo Sinai is the Good Book like you've never heard it before. Mixing conservation with innovation, Miriam Broussaeu and Alan
Sufrin lend renewed relevance to ancient texts with their "Biblegum Pop."
This Jewish Chick Rocker delivers an edgy-pop rock show with soulful melodies and tribal lyrics. Naomi has dedicated her life to
music that promotes full inclusion of un-objectified women. She founded, Jewish Chicks Rock to inspire girls to pick up instruments
and express themselves through rock music. Naomi is a founding member of Storahtelling and is its Director of Education and
4/11/10, 1-3pm all ages - free with registration
Congregation Bnai Joshua Beth Elohim
1201 Lake Cook Rd., Deerfield
Tracy Friend facilitates this open forum for sharing Jewish music. Bring your own music, the music of others or that which you want
to share with the group. Bring a guitar, fiddle or lend your voice in song. Give participants feedback on original pieces or just
jam for awhile. Come learn some new tunes!There is no fee to participate, but please register.
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Annual Lag B'onfire on Lag B'Omer
Live Music! Barbeque! Drinks! Bonfire!
5/1/10 - 9:30pm 21+
Phyllis' Musical Inn, 1800 W. Division, Chicago
(Blue Line Division, Street Parking)
The Annual Lag B'onfire on Lag B'omer returns to Phyllis' Musical Inn on Division Street! Join us for smokin' music, bbq and a
raging bonfire! Its the best Lag B'Omer celebration in the city. * Live music! * Wood-fueled Bonfire! * Outdoor patio * Kosher BBQ
(vegetarian options) * Your first drink is included!