Yom HaShoah Service and Dramatic Program
FJC Hosts the Israeli Stage for a Staged Reading of the Play The Strawberry Girl
Wednesday, May 1 at 7pm
Free and open to the community
“Nancy E. Carroll gives a vivid and evocative reading of this suggestive and moving play by the contemporary Israeli playwright, Savyon Liebrecht. Nuanced and expressive without being either distant or maudlin, Carroll’s performance…” …read more at BostonArtsDiary.com
“A stunning evening for audiences…” …read more at BostonTheater.wordpress.com
“Liebrecht’s The Strawberry Girl kicked off the company’s sixth season this fall, with the North American premiere of the one-woman play with award-winning actress Nancy Carroll…” …read more at TimesofIsrael.com
A German woman and her son Ludwig live in Poland, where her husband works at a “factory.” Their lives change after she meets a Jewish girl who grows strawberries as big as a man’s fist. The Strawberry Girl, by contemporary Israeli Playwright Savyon Liebrecht, stars Nancy E. Carroll and is directed by Guy Ben-Aharon. The play deals with the confrontation of blissful ignorance and a tragic, personal intimacy.
FJC is pleased to bring Israeli Stage to Cape Cod for this special, community performance. Israeli Stage’s mission is to share the diversity and vitality of Israeli culture through theatre. Since its inaugural Season in 2010-11, Israeli Stage has engaged over 50 programmatic partners (academic, cultural and religious), presenting over 25 premieres of Israeli plays, and hosting 5 Israeli resident playwrights and being profiled in . American Theatre Magazine, Ha’aretz, Huffington Post, The Boston Globe (2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017), The Improper Bostonian (2014, 2017), The Jewish Advocate, The Jerusalem Post, The Times of Israel, The Washington Post, WBUR (2016, 2017), WGBH – New England’s PBS TV Channel and countless other outlets for the unique work building cultural bridges between the United States and Israel. Visit www.israelistage.com to watch a video about this innovative theater group.