FREE OF CHARGE
7PM – THURSDAY, JULY 27
A staged reading of Colin Greer’s (playwright of Imagining Heschel) current work-in-progress Spinoza’s Solitude, a play following the life of philosopher Baruch Spinoza, who changed all of Western thought and was excommunicated from his Dutch Jewish community.
7PM – FRIDAY, JULY 28
6:45 with a light dinner and readings to begin at 7 pm, the showcase continues with a light dinner and the staged readings of several short plays written by several playwrights, including Casey Adler, Jason Jones, and OTHERS.
4 PM – SUNDAY, JULY 30
Anne Slovin and her musical cabaret “Does a Goat Have a Soul,” featuring Jewish and Broadway musical classics, including favorites from Fiddler on the Roof, Funny Girl, and Into the Woods. The evening concludes with standup.
Keneseth Israel Congregation
2531 Taylorsville Rd., Louisville, KY (map)