Sat, Mar 20 | Online Event - Link will be emailed.

Matzoh Ball Diaries

The Braid Theater (formally Jewish Women's Theater) will treat us to another masterful night of live theater. Taped from an earlier performance in NY, this show about Jews and food will delight and move you. Join us later at 6 PM on Zoom as Rabbi Debi leads us in discussion of the show.
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Mar 20, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Online Event - Link will be emailed.

About the Event

A Recipe for Laughter and Tears in Popular Theater Piece– Jewish stories about food reveal secrets about love, nourishment and the power that food has to heal.

In The Matzo Ball Diaries, professional and lay writers reveal funny, poignant, and pivotal moments when food has the power to heal or destroy. One young woman in Iran learns what plucking chickens have in common with hair removal of a new bride. A fat boy decides to give up certain Jewish foods in order to lose weight, but will he lose his Judaism along with the weight loss? Another man begins a food franchise only to realize the impact he made on Americans. A heartbroken woman learns how to say goodbye to her mate when making a tomato omelet for him for the last time. These and other moving and humorous stories created by The Braid are a perfect recipe for a meaningful and entertaining event!

Invite your friends, open to non-members.  Only one ticket required per household.

Tickets
Price
Quantity
Total
  • Matzoh Ball Diaries Ticket
    $20
    $20
    0
    $0
Total$0

Share This Event

the Santa Ynez Valley Jewish Community 805-693-4243 

Interested in the Reform Judaism Blog? It's a great read!  Link Here

Proud recipient of Montecito Bank's 2019 Community Dividend

YOU make the difference! Without donations SYVJC can not provide all the SYVJC events and gatherings that provide community connection. For a tiny and intimate community like ours, every donation, small or large is a significant contribution. Thank you, for your donation.
 
Donations to The Santa Ynez Valley Jewish Community are deductible from Federal and State income taxes. The SYVJC is a member of URJ, the Union of Reform Judaism.
The Santa Ynez Valley Jewish Community was incorporated as a tax exempt 501c3 non-profit religious corporation.
 
Do you want to support our Adult Ed scholarship fund?  Your donation will support an adult to participate in our educational series.
 
The Santa Ynez Valley Jewish Community offers Adult Education and other Jewish activities for all in our community. If you require financial assistance to participate in any of these non-fundraising activities, we welcome you to contact our board President, Susie Pierson.
All images       Pamela Kaplan Brown 2000-20