Aaron Henne, the artistic director of Theatre Dybbuk in Los Angeles, discusses the creative process of adapting Jewish texts for the stage and making this art palatable to a wide audience.
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1 comment on “Once more with neshama: The art of Jewish theater”
The dramatic works being presented through this theatre and its underlying methodology brilliant. The artistic courage and foundational values reaching into the local community are also truly inspiring. This man is so well spoken as well, simply impressive. I would claim an example of our myriad of Jewish layers displayed in exemplary entertaining fashion. Great interview as well, Gilad ~ thanks!