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A night of Jewish and Arabic storytelling and music
  
17 August 2013


Portrait of Peninah Schram

Peninnah Schram
© Clarence L. Thorne

Storytelling is a powerful way to combine the energy of the performer and the contents of the story being told across cultures and religions.

Peninnah Schram, a teacher of speech and drama at Stern College in New York is truly a master of her profession. She has traveled the world for many years, telling stories of Jewish history and religion and sharing her gift with students.

Maha Alusi, a Berlin-based Iranian artist, and Gerard Edery, a guitarist and singer-songwriter from New York, join her onstage to generate a vital and colorful dialogue of Jewish and Arabic storytelling.

When

17 August 2013, 9 pm

Where

Old Building, second level, Great Hall

Admission

15 euros, reduced rate 10 euros

Contact

Gesa Struve
Tel: +49 (0)30 259 93 517
Fax: +49 (0)30 259 93 409
g.struve[at]jmberlin.de

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