We’re less than 20 episodes in now so I would say start with the beginning if you’re interested. ” Isaiah wasn’t against fasting, so this probably isn’t an endorsement of the Broad City approach to Yom Kippur.
Together, over 50 new plays by 50 female playwrights are being produced, and this kind of work is unprecedented.
I just saw Queens Girl in the World by Caleen Sinnette Jennings at Theater J and it was spectacular.
We run Saturdays and Sundays every half hour from ! Jackie: Since you are so involved in the DC theater scene, can you give us any recommendations of shows we should see? There is actually this great new festival that just started called the “Women’s Voices Theater Festival” and there are a number of exciting shows in it.
The festival is a collaboration between all of the major theaters and theatre companies in DC.
I came to DC because I went to school at American University and I just haven’t left since.
Jackie: So, you are an actor who often works in theater, can you tell us about the show you are currently working in? I’m currently working on a show called The Cerulean Time Capsule.
Beautiful text, outstanding performance from Dawn Ursula, and all around great production. Jackie: You make a podcast with your friend, what made you decide to do this project?Also can you recommend your favorite episode of the podcast or should we just start at the beginning? Yes, I have a podcast with my good friend Brandon Mc Coy. Jackie: What is your favorite way to spend Shabbat? For most Jews, the two words “Yom Kippur” evoke two other words: fasting and synagogue.It’s a new site-specific play produced by The Kennedy Center at The Botanic Garden.It’s a fun and exciting interactive children’s piece that takes the audience on a time traveling adventure through the various gardens within The Botanic Garden.
It’s called Highly Unreasonable and it’s essentially just the two of us goofing off and talking about any topic that people send our way. A little xenophobic, but that’s all because of the Holocaust so… Adi: Eating delicious homemade foods until I fall asleep then waking up and doing it all over again. I decided to lead a Lunch-and-Learn outside of a synagogue to see what would happen.It’s a lot of fun, which is essentially what made us start it. Everyone who came was fasting (at least at that point), and most had come from synagogue, so it wasn’t the counter-cultural group of rebels I might have expected.