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June 27, 2003

Yiddish Weekend, Sylvan Lake, NY, Jun 27-29

The Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring presents a participatory weekend of workshops and classes on Sylvan Lake at

Circle Lodge
June 27-29, 2003
TIF YIDDISH

Spend the weekend in a total environment of Yiddish culture: Yiddish classes, lectures and film screenings, Klezmer instrumental workshops/band, Yiddish singing, creative writing workshop (in English), children's program (ages K-7th grade)

For more information call Stacey Bosworth 212-889-6800 ext. 271 Space is limited! Call now!

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June 28, 2003

13th Festival for Jewish Culture, Krakow, Poland, opens today

festival logoThe Cracow Festival for Jewish Culture starts today, and will end with the legendaray Open Air at Szeroka Street next Saturday (July 6)!! www.jewishfestival.pl (or, english: www.jewishfestival.pl/index_en.php)

July 1, 2003

Kidz Klezmer, Carnegie Hall, NYC, Jul 1

The Kidz Klezmer Band of Michigan is perhaps the youngest group of musicians involved in the revival of traditional Jewish music. They're dedicated, accomplished, and working diligently to bring their music to NYC's Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall on July 1, 8pm.

Tickets can be purchased for $30 at www.carnegiehall.org

Cantor Stephen Dubov is founder and vocalist, conductor of the band. The Kidz Klez Band is currently operated under the umbrella of Congregation Chaye Olam, P. O. Box 250356, Franklin Village, MI 48025, telephone (248) 752-6669.

August 19, 2003

8th Annual KlezKanada, Quebec, Canada, Aug 19-24

One of the best Klezmer/yiddish culture camps in North America is the annual "KlezKanada", held each years in the spectacular Laurentian mountains north of Montreal. Organized, in part, by the folks in Brave Old World, the program is always spectacular.

Events include lectures, a mini film festival, and of course, intensive workshops in singing, klezmer music, theatre, and dance. The "Kidz for Klez" program is also great. This is the best summer camp in the world (in fact, the event is hosted at a Jewish summer camp). Register early to get the best bunks.

Although most events start on the 20th, today is the day to arrive, get oriented, and get in some preliminary jamming.

For further information, visit the site website, www.klezkanada.com

August 29, 2003

Folksbiene Weekend, Catskills, NY, Labor Day Weekend, Aug 29 - Sep 1

folksbiene logoSpend Labor Day Weekend, Aug 29 - Sep 1, with the New Folksbiene Yiddish Theater as they prepare for their 89th season. Enjoy lectures, demonstrations, panel discussions and concerts, and participate in activities ranging from choral singing to an acting workshop.

For reservations, call 800-551-1553 or 845-221-2771 or www.circle.org/Circle/circle%20v.2/wcsr.htm

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September 4, 2003

Yiddish Conference, Baltimore, MD, Sep 4-7 begins

Here's why you gotta come to the Yiddish Conference in Baltimore

  1. Your friends and colleagues will be there.
  2. The networking's great.
  3. You can learn a great deal about today's world of Yiddish.
  4. You'll learn about the newest books and cds

So come on down. For particulars and to download a registration form, visit fishl kutner's site www.derbay.org. Baltimore's the place to be this September. Kumt, kinderlekh, kumt.

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November 8, 2003

Yiddish "Cat in the Hat", NYC, Nov 8


book coverAs part of our ongoing A Glezele Tey series, Sholem Berger will read from and discuss his recently published Yiddish translation of the Dr. Seuss classic, "The Cat in the Hat" with Celeste Sollod. "Di Kats der Payats" is the first official translation of any of Dr. Seuss's books into Yiddish. Erica Brody notes in her review:

"With his puckish grin, pert red bow-tie and ever-perky whiskers, the Cat in the Hat is once again on the prowl, ready to rescue children from the doldrums of drizzly afternoons. Thanks to Berger's translation, Di Kats der Payats makes his entre into perfectly rhymed Yiddish and is likely to inspire warm, fuzzy feelings for the impish cat and perhaps for Yiddish itself." - Forward, September 5, 2003.

A Glezele Tey will be presented on Saturday, November 8 at 7:00 p.m., at The Jewish Community Center in Manhattan (334 Amsterdam Avenue at West 76th Street).

click here to buy the book (you'll also support the person who provides streaming media for the KlezmerShack).

November 9, 2003

Shirim perform 'Peter and the Pig', Staten Island, NY, Nov 9

Shirim Klezmer Orchestra and Fishel Bressler perform "Pincus and the Pig," a
klezmer version of "Peter and the Wolf" with new narration writen by Maurice
Sendak, music by Shirim Klezmer Orchestra, and projected illustrations by
Maurice Sendak.
Nov. 9, 3:00pm at the College of Staten Island Center for the Arts. Tix are
$15, $12, $10.
The CSI Center for the Arts is located on the campus of the College of
Staten Island, 2800 Victory Boulevard, in the Willowbrook section of Staten
Island at the intersection of Victory Boulevard, I-278 / Staten Island
Expressway, and Route 440.

More information and directions are available at:
www.csi.cuny.edu/arts/eventscalendar.html

Strauss/Warschauer in Kristallnacht Program, Plainview, NY, Nov 9

KRISTALLNACHT PROGRAM

PLAINVIEW JEWISH CENTER
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 7:00 PM
STRAUSS/WARSCHAUER DUO
The Children's Choir of the I.L. Peretz School Of Nassau County
Guest Speaker Fred Margulies

The Holocaust Center and the Plainview Jewish Center will have a joint
KRISTALLNACHT (Night of Broken Glass) program on Sunday evening, November 9, 2003 at
7:00 PM, at Plainview Jewish Center, Long Island, NY.

Plainview Jewish Center is located at 95 Floral Drive, Plainview, NY
Their telephone number is # 938-8610.

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November 30, 2003

Klezmer Nutcracker, Cambridge, MA, Nov 30

album coverThe Golden Dreydl: a Klezmer Nutcracker

Ellen Kushner and Shirim Klezmer Orchestra

November 30, shows at 3:00pm & 5:30pm

Regattabar, Charles Hotel, Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA

$16 / kids under 12: $10.

Info & Tix: 617-876-7777, www.Concertix.com

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December 14, 2003

Art of Yiddish, Los Angeles, CA, Dec 14-20, begins

brochure coverANNOUNCING: The only West Coast and the world's only winter Yiddish intensive: the 4th annual "Art of Yiddish: Entering the Heart of a Culture Through Its Beat", Los Angeles, December 14 20, 2003. Learn Yiddish with the best Yiddish teachers in North America: Pesakh Fiszman, Anna Gonshor, Miriam Hoffman, Sheyndl Liberman, and Sheva Zucker. Develop a deeper understanding of the culture that created our beloved Klezmer music and humor, with world-renown klezmorim Jeff Warschauer and Deborah Strauss teaching song and dance workshops (bring along your own instruments too); ethnomusicologist Robert Cohen revealing the back stories to Yiddish music; and writer/actor Yakov Basner illuminating the comic side of Yiddish literature from Chelm to Moshe Nadir. Theodore Bikel joins us for our closing concert and farbrengen.

It's the perfect time to explore your roots through the vitality, soul, and wit of Yiddish culture. Produced in collaboration with the UCLA Center for Jewish Studies and the University of Judaism Department of Continuing Education. For more information and to request or download the brochure, please visit www.yiddishinstitute.org or e-mail Miriam@yiddishinstitute.org.

December 19, 2003

Wholesale Klezmer, Westminster West, Vermont, Dec 19

Wholesale Klezmer Band
A community celebration of the Jewish festival of lights will be held on Friday, December 19, and will feature a live performance of the The Wholesale Klezmer Band. This is the second time Westminster West has hosted this Channakah celebration. The first was a wonderful success with hot latkes, joyous dancing, stories shared and the lights of many menorahs filling the windows and brightening hearts.

The celebration will once again include a pot luck dinner, dreidle playing, storytelling, and candle lighting. Latkes - a traditional Channakah potato pancake- will be provided. The event, which is free of charge, will be held at the Westminster West Congregational Church at 5:30 p.m. on December 19. For more information call 387-5788

December 21, 2003

Wise Men of Chelm, Glen Echo, MD, Dec 21

Wise Men of Chelm by Sandra Asher
Based on the stories of Isaac Bashevis Singer, music provided by Lox & Vodka.
Nov. 23 every Sunday 1:30 & 3:30 until Dec. 28 and then Dec. 29 -31 at 11:00.
Adventure Theatre $7 ticket
Glen Echo Park 7300 MacArthur Blvd. Glen Echo, MD 20812<12
Phone: (301) 320-5331 Fax: (301) 320-3108 Email:
ATinfo@adventuretheatre.org
Those who leave Chelm end up in Chelm. Those who remain in Chelm are certainly in Chelm. All roads lead to Chelm. All the world is one big Chelm. -Isaac Bashevis Singer

December 23, 2003

KlezKamp, Catskills, NY, Dec 23-29

KlezKamp returns to CatskillsThe 19th Annual Yiddish Folk Arts Program "KlezKamp" will be held from December 23-29, 2003 at the Swan Lake Hotel in the heart of New York's Catskill region. For information about the program, registration, and work/study options please go to our website www.klezkamp.org.

To find out more about KlezKamp, see Ari Davidow's article about KlezKamp '96 or Ben Gerhon's article about KlezKamp '99

December 28, 2003

Wise Men of Chelm, Glen Park, MD, Dec 28

Wise Men of Chelm by Sandra Asher
Based on the stories of Isaac Bashevis Singer, music provided by Lox & Vodka.
Nov. 23 every Sunday 1:30 & 3:30 until Dec. 28 and then Dec. 29 -31 at 11:00.
Adventure Theatre $7 ticket
Glen Echo Park 7300 MacArthur Blvd. Glen Echo, MD 20812<12
Phone: (301) 320-5331 Fax: (301) 320-3108 Email:
ATinfo@adventuretheatre.org
Those who leave Chelm end up in Chelm. Those who remain in Chelm are certainly in Chelm. All roads lead to Chelm. All the world is one big Chelm. -Isaac Bashevis Singer

December 31, 2003

Sruli and Lisa, Mt Holly, NJ, Dec 31

Sruli and Lisa
sruliandlisa.com

They will be performing at Temple Har Zion ( www.thz.org ) on Wednesday, December 31st at 9:45 and 10:45 PM, for First Night Burlington County ( www.lemyreart.com/monkeyinvasion/fnbc.htm ) in Mount Holly, NJ.

January 11, 2004

Jewish/World Music Showcase, NYC, Jan 11

Jewish/World Music Showcase at APAP 2004
Sunday January 11, 2004
Beginning at 4:00pm
NY Hilton Hotel Concourse F (one level below the lobby)

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February 16, 2004

Hazamir children's choir, NYC, Feb 16

Concert of Jewish choral music
to be presented by 300+ teenagers
from across the US, Montreal and London!

Hazamir: The International Jewish High School Choir
Monday, Feb 16, 6pm
Merkin Concert Hall (123 West 67th St

in a program featuring selections from Europe, Israel and the US, including the world premier of two selections written especially for Hazamir by Stephen Glass
and Charles Osborne.

Tickets are $25 and $36 and available at the Merkin Box Office:
212-501-3330. For more information about the program, contact Zamir at
212-362-3335 or Email ZamirFdn@aol.com (or visit us on the web at
www.zamirfdn.org)


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February 21, 2004

Between Two Worlds/The Dybbuk, NYC, 2/21

Jack Falk writes:

About 10 years ago I was drafted as music director for a
puppet theater production of "The Dybbuk" here in Portland.
(Since then I've worked on two other productions of the same
play, leading me to speculate that while possession might
not actually be 9/10 of the law, it was certainly approaching
9/10 of my musical activity.)

After all this time, "Between Two Worlds/The Dybbuk" has been remounted, and this time it's going on the road. In New York, there are three performances: Thu 2/19 8 pm, Sat 2/21 8 pm, and Sun 2/22 3 pm at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th St. For ticket info: (917) 606-8200.

Here's a link to the article in playbill.com:
http://www.playbill.com/news/article/print/83609.html

Between Two Worlds/The Dybbuk, Boston, MA, Feb 29

Jack Falk writes:

About 10 years ago I was drafted as music director for a
puppet theater production of "The Dybbuk" here in Portland.
(Since then I've worked on two other productions of the same
play, leading me to speculate that while possession might
not actually be 9/10 of the law, it was certainly approaching
9/10 of my musical activity.)

After all this time, "Between Two Worlds/The Dybbuk" has been remounted, and this time it's going on the road. In Boston, there are two performances: Sat 2/28 8 pm and Sun 2/29 2 pm at the Jewish Theatre of New England, Leventhal-
Sidman JCC, 333 Nahanton Street, Newton. For ticket info: 617-965-5226 or Pgoldman@jccgb.org.

Here's a link to the article in playbill.com:
http://www.playbill.com/news/article/print/83609.html

February 22, 2004

Between Two Worlds/The Dybbuk, NYC, Feb 22

Jack Falk writes:

About 10 years ago I was drafted as music director for a
puppet theater production of "The Dybbuk" here in Portland.
(Since then I've worked on two other productions of the same
play, leading me to speculate that while possession might
not actually be 9/10 of the law, it was certainly approaching
9/10 of my musical activity.)

After all this time, "Between Two Worlds/The Dybbuk" has been remounted, and this time it's going on the road. In New York, there are three performances: Thu 2/19 8 pm, Sat 2/21 8 pm, and Sun 2/22 3 pm at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th St. For ticket info: (917) 606-8200.

Here's a link to the article in playbill.com:
http://www.playbill.com/news/article/print/83609.html

February 28, 2004

Between Two Worlds/The Dybbuk, Boston, MA, Feb 28

Jack Falk writes:

About 10 years ago I was drafted as music director for a
puppet theater production of "The Dybbuk" here in Portland.
(Since then I've worked on two other productions of the same
play, leading me to speculate that while possession might
not actually be 9/10 of the law, it was certainly approaching
9/10 of my musical activity.)

After all this time, "Between Two Worlds/The Dybbuk" has been remounted, and this time it's going on the road. In Boston, there are two performances: Sat 2/28 8 pm and Sun 2/29 2 pm at the Jewish Theatre of New England, Leventhal-
Sidman JCC, 333 Nahanton Street, Newton. For ticket info: 617-965-5226 or Pgoldman@jccgb.org.

Here's a link to the article in playbill.com:
http://www.playbill.com/news/article/print/83609.html

June 17, 2004

Maxwell Street Klezmer Band, Chicago, IL, Jun 17

Chicago Children's MuseumMaxwell Street Klezmer Band
Chicago Children's Museum
June 17 2004
Thursday 6-6:45 PM Concert
Navy Pier
info: 312.46.7699 Chicago, IL
web: www.chichildrensmuseum.org

June 20, 2004

KlezCalifornia, San Francisco, CA, Jun 20-25

Celebrating Yiddish Culture & Klezmer Music. A week-long celebration of Klezmer Music, Yiddish Language, Dance, Theatre and Folk Arts. Presented in Association with the Jewish Music Festival.

Place: San Francisco, California at the Jewish Community
High School of the Bay, 1835 Ellis St.
Dates: June 20 - 25, 2004
Times: 9:00 am -6:00 pm & Evening Programs

For more information: visit www.klezCalifornia.org, e-mail info@klezcalifornia.org, call (415) 789-7679. Mailing Address: P.O. Box 36 Lagunitas, CA 94938.

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Jewish Music & Cultural Festival, Syracuse, NY, Jun 20

The Jewish Music & Cultural Festival (formerly KlezFest)
will take place on Sunday, June 20, 2004 at Clinton Square
in Syracuse, NY. It is FREE! Headliners are "Margot
Leverett & the Klezmer Mountain Boys," "Simply Tsfat" from
Israel, and "Sruli and Lisa's Children's Workshop," plus
outstanding regional performers. Children's Workshop
starts at 10 AM; the festival runs to 5 PM. Vendor items
and ethnic, kosher food will be for sale.

Syracuse Jewish Federation
tel: 315-445-0161
klezfest@yahoo.com

www.sjfed.org/klezfest

July 14, 2004

Klingon Klezmer, Philadelphia, PA, Jul 14

Klingon Klezmer
Live at pastorius park, chestnut hill Philly wed 7/14 at 7:30PM

The good ship KLINGON KLEZ will touch down for a free-to-the-adoring-public-who-all-bring-blankets-lawnchairs-and-coolers-for-a-good-time outdoor concert in the park. So come get happy!

directions can be sought by writing to: goldmedina@AOL.com

August 8, 2004

KlezFest, London, UK, Aug 8-12

'JMI Summer Academy'
at London University 1 - 12 August 2004

KlezFest London 2004
Sunday 8 - Thursday 12 August

JMI's annual Klezmer Academy - a structured and stimulating course of
workshops in Klezmer music song and dance - origins, style, ornamentation
and repertoire for amateur and professional singers, dancers and
instrumentalists. Course Director, Alan Bern of Brave Old World with a
faculty of Klezmer luminaries such as Michael Alpert, Deborah Strauss, Jeff
Warschauer, Josh Dolgin, Sophie Solomon, Zalmen Mlotek and others give
vocal, instrumental and ensemble tuition, also masterclasses for existing
bands. Make new friends in the Klezmer family and jam on into the night.

JMI Klezmer and Yiddish Academy Course fees

Ot Azoy! £265 (students £165) early booking discount £15 if booked by 31 May
KlezFest £265 (students £165) early booking discount £15 if booked by 31 May
If doing both courses a discount of £40 (student £30) applies

Hotel and University accommodation can be arranged

More details:
E-mail Jewish Music Institute or
Tel 020 8909 2445
Fax 020 8909 1030

Registration on Website www.jmi.org.uk

August 15, 2004

5th Annual KlezFest, Kiev, Ukraine, Aug 15-20

Come Celebrate the Rebirth of Klezmer Music in the Former Soviet
Union at the Fifth Annual KlezFest, Ukraine!

August 15-20, 2004
Kiev, Ukraine

klezmer.com.ua/events/info5.php

August 23, 2004

9th KlezKanada, Quebec, Canada, Aug 23-29

Musicians begin today

One of the best Klezmer/yiddish culture camps in North America is the annual "KlezKanada", held each years in the spectacular Laurentian mountains north of Montreal. Organized, in part, by the folks in Brave Old World, the program is always spectacular.

Events include lectures, a mini film festival, and of course, intensive workshops in singing, klezmer music, theatre, and dance. The "Kidz for Klez" program is also great. This is the best summer camp in the world (in fact, the event is hosted at a Jewish summer camp). Register early to get the best bunks.

Although most events start on Wednesday, the 25th, musicians should arrive this morning with the first workshops scheduled for this afternoon. Today is the day to arrive, get oriented, and get in some preliminary jamming.

For further information, visit the site website, www.klezkanada.com

August 25, 2004

Yidish-Vokh 2004, Aug 25-31

YIDDISH WEEK 2004
(sponsored by Yugntruf Youth for Yiddish) - the one-and-only week-long
opportunity to LIVE IN YIDDISH LAND with other Yiddish-speakers young and
old, from around the whole world; where all the activities and performances are entirely in Yiddish,
and where Yiddish is spoken everywhere, including on the porches, at the
swimming pool and in the dining hall;and which is the best opportunity for those who will have taken an
intensive Yiddish summer course to use what they've learned in the classes
will take place from WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25 through TUESDAY, AUGUST 31
in the Berkshire Hills Emanuel Adult Vacation Center, Copake, NEW YORK, USA

More info? Write to yvokh@yugntruf.org or go to www.yugntruf.org


arshraybt zikh di dates!

YIDISH-VOKH 2004
(unter der patronat fun Yugntruf Yugnt far Yidish) -
der eyn-un-eyntsiker vokh-langiker gelegnhayt ZIKH OYSTSULEBN IN GANTSN AF
YIDISH mit andere yidish reders yung un alt, fun arum der gorer velt; vu
ale aktivitetn un forshtelungen zenen in gantsn af yidish,
un vu me redt yidish umetum, arayngerekhnt af di verandes, bam shvimbaseyn
un in eszal; un af velkher se kumen a hipshe por studentn fun di intensive
yidish-zumer-programen, vayl ken beser ort iz nishto af ontsuvendn dos vos
zey hobn zikh gelernt in di klasnvet forkumen fun MITVOKH, DEM 25STN OYGUST
biz DINSTIK, DEM 31STN OYGUST in dem Berkshire Hills Emanuel Adult
Vacation Center, Copake, NEW YORK,USA


Nokh kashes? Vendt zikh tsu yvokh@yugntruf.org oder www.yugntruf.org

December 26, 2004

KlezKamp, Catskills, NY, Dec 26-31, 2004

Dear KlezKampers and friends of Living Traditions,

We are thrilled to announce the dates for the 20th annual KlezKamp: December 26 December 31, 2004 at the Swan Lake Resort Hotel in the Catskills.

www.livingtraditions.org/docs/index_kk.htm

July 9, 2005

Luminescent Orchestrii, NYC, July 9

Vessels of Song Festival
July 5-6 and July 8-10

Cornelia Street Cafe
29 Cornelia Street
between West 4th and Bleecker Sts, Greenwich Village 1,9 Subway to Sheridan Square; A, C, E, B, D, F to West 4th St.
Greenwich Village, NY 10014

Saturday July 9, 9:00pm & 10:30pm
LUMINESCENT ORCHESTRII
—music to make you dance, kiss and scream

(Sarah Alden, violin; Rima Fand, violin; Kaia Wong, violin; Sxip Shirey, resophonic guitar, melodica, bullhorn harmonica; Aaron Goldsmith, Guitarron)

All shows are $10, get a 3 shows discount card: $25

Tel: 212-989-9319 / Fax: 212-243-4207
Web: corneliastreetcafe.com

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August 21, 2005

10th KlezKanada, Laurentians, Quebec, Canada, Aug 21-28

KlezKanada logoIt's the 10th anniversary of a great klezmer gathering. Musicians gather on the 21st, everyone else on the 24th.

We'll post more details here as they come together towards the event.

For further information visit the KlezKanada website, www.klezkanada.com

The 2004 weblog is at www.klezmershack.com/klezkanada/

September 15, 2005

NYJM&HF: Klez For Kids with Golem, NYC, Sep 15

Jewish music and heritage festival
Thursday, September 15th
5:30
Tribeca Hebrew
67 Hudson/1 Jay St.
Klez For Kids with Golem
Tickets or call 212.608.0555 / $20 per kid, parents free, includes pizza
www.tribecahebrew.org

oyhoo.com/nyjmhf2k5/15.html

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September 20, 2005

NYJMHF: Klez for Kidz, NYC, Sep 20

Jewish music and heritage festival
Klez For Kids with the Joey Weisenberg Trio

Tribeca Hebrew
67 Hudson/1 Jay St.
5:30pm
Tickets $20 per kid, parents free, includes pizza BUY TIX

Four shows of world-class Klezmer artists performing intimate concerts and showing the young and old how they play their instruments. A wonderful multi-generational opportunity to make the connection to the old world. Pizza will be served. Limited to 25 kids per show.

www.tribecahebrew.org

September 21, 2005

NYJMHF: Klez for Kidz, Sep 21

Jewish music and heritage festival
Klez For Kids with the Aaron Alexander Trio

Tribeca Hebrew
67 Hudson/1 Jay St.
5:30pm
Tickets $20 per kid, parents free, includes pizza BUY TIX

Four shows of world-class Klezmer artists performing intimate concerts and showing the young and old how they play their instruments. A wonderful multi-generational opportunity to make the connection to the old world. Pizza will be served. Limited to 25 kids per show.

www.tribecahebrew.org

September 22, 2005

NYJMHF: Klez for Kidz, NYC, Sep 22

Jewish music and heritage festival
Klez For Kids with Metropolitan Klezmer

Tribeca Hebrew
67 Hudson/1 Jay St.
5:30pm
Tickets $20 per kid, parents free, includes pizza BUY TIX

Four shows of world-class Klezmer artists performing intimate concerts and showing the young and old how they play their instruments. A wonderful multi-generational opportunity to make the connection to the old world. Pizza will be served. Limited to 25 kids per show.

www.tribecahebrew.org

September 25, 2005

NJJMF: Family Jewish Broadway Sing-A-Long, W. Orange, NJ, Sep 25

NJ Jewish musicfestival
Family Jewish Broadway Sing-A-Long

Sunday, September 25 • 1:30pm FREE
Oskar Schindler Performing Arts Center, 4 Boland Drive, West Orange
Rain location: Cooperman JCC

Sunrise Sunset, A Whole New World, Popular, A Hard Knock Life —do you know the lyrics to these incredible songs written by Jewish composers? An outdoor concert for the whole family with song sheets provided to sing along with Broadway professionals. Dress up as your favorite character and join in the fun!

November 27, 2005

Klezmer Nutcracker, Queens, NY, Nov 27

"A Klezmer Nutcracker"
November 27, 2005
2:00 PM
Tickets: $10 all seats

Children's Professional Series. Featuring the Amy Marshall
Dance Co. A full ballet blending the triumphant work of
Tchaikovsky with the spirited Klezmer arrangement of Shirim,
the Chanukah story has been woven into a humorous,
heart-warming adventure.

Queensborough Community College
tel: 718-631-6311
portal.cuny.edu/portal/site/cuny/index.jsp?epi-content=GENERIC&epiproxymethod=get&viewID=epiproxybanner&beanID=1708558607&epiproxyrealurl=http%3A%2F%2F66.212.81.77%2FeventDetail.asp%3FEventId%3D7305

December 4, 2005

Margot Leverett and the Klezmer Mountain Boys kids workshop, E. Lansing, MI, Dec 4

Margot Leverett and the Klezmer Mountain BoysMargot Leverett & the Klezmer Mountain Boys
Dec 4 11:00 am
Children's Klezmer Workshop
Congregation Shaarey Zedek,
1924 Coolidge Rd. East Lansing, MI

December 8, 2005

Sruli and Lisa's Oy Vey! Chanukah, Tarrytown, NY, Dec 8

sruli and lisaThursday night, December 8: 6:45PM
Sruli and Lisa's Oy Vey! Chanukah!
JCC on the Hudson
Tarrrytown, NY
info: 914-366-7898

December 11, 2005

Golden Dreydl, Holyoke, MA, Dec 11

The Golden Dreydl: a Klezmer Nutcracker
Ellen Kushner and Shirim Klezmer Orchestra
December 11, shows at 1:00pm & 3:15pm
The Forum at Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, MA
$18 / kids under 12: $13.
Info & Tix: 413-532-1462

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December 17, 2005

Chanukah Klezmer Extravaganza, Philadelphia, PA, Dec 17

band in concertChanukah Klezmer Extravaganza:
benefit concert and Chanukah party for
the Jewish Dialogue Group and
Congregation Kol Tzedek, West Philly's new synagogue

The Rotunda, 4012 Walnut St., Philadelphia, PA
Saturday, December 17, 7:00pm to 9:30pm

For more information: Visit www.jewishdialogue.org,
e-mail The Jewish Dialogue Group, or call 215-266-1218.

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January 8, 2006

Metropolitan Klezmer, Garden City, NY, Jan 8, 2006

band photoMetropolitan Klezmer
1pm & 3pm Metropolitan Klezmer
Children's Concerts

Nassau Community College
One Education Drive,
Garden City, NY 11530

516-572-7501
www.sunynassau.edu

January 22, 2006

Strauss-Warschauer Duo, Seattle, WA, Jan 22

The Strauss-Warschauer Duo
Klezmer for Kids!

Sunday, January 22 11 AM to 12 PM
Admission $5.00 per person
Hertzl-Ner Tamid
Mercer Island, 3700 East Mercer Way.
A fun and participatory introduction to the world of klezmer music and Yiddish culture for school audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Students sing, dance, and ask and answer questions.

For more information: 206 232-8555

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March 25, 2006

KCB Reunion, Klezmershack 10th Anniversary, Newton, MA, Mar 25-26

KCB

Klezmer Conservatory Band Reunion
and mini-KlezmerFestival

Saturday, March 25, 8pm
Sunday, March 26: workshops 1-3:30; concert 4pm

Special Guests include:
Michael Alpert
Rosalie Gerut
Deborah Strauss
Jeff Warschauer

In this finale to the KlezmerShack's 10th Anniversary, we are pleased to co-sponsor the Klezmer Conservatory Band, plus alumni from over 25 years of yiddish and klezmer musical magic. In addition to the concerts, there will be a mini-Jewish music festival Sunday afternoon featuring everything from "A Taste of Yiddish" to Yiddish song, klezmer, Eastern European Jewish Dancing, klezmer workshops for beginners through advanced musicians, and, of course, a panel discussion on the future of Jewish music.

$22 general; $20 JCC Member
Seniors and students $2 off single ticket price
Youth Ticket $16 General $14 JCC Member
Festival Pass - concert plus workshops $25 general $23 JCC Member

Co-sponsored by the Leventhal-Sidman JCC, Brookline Workmen's Circle, and the KlezmerShack

KlezmerShack 10th Anniversary

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March 26, 2006

KCB Reunion, Klezmershack 10th Anniversary, Newton, MA, Mar 25-26

KCB

Klezmer Conservatory Band Reunion
and mini-KlezmerFestival

Saturday, March 25, 8pm
Sunday, March 26: workshops 1-3:30; concert 4pm

Special Guests include:
Michael Alpert
Rosalie Gerut
Deborah Strauss
Jeff Warschauer

In this finale to the KlezmerShack's 10th Anniversary, we are pleased to co-sponsor the Klezmer Conservatory Band, plus alumni from over 25 years of yiddish and klezmer musical magic. In addition to the concerts, there will be a mini-Jewish music festival Sunday afternoon featuring everything from "A Taste of Yiddish" to Yiddish song, klezmer, Eastern European Jewish Dancing, klezmer workshops for beginners through advanced musicians, and, of course, a panel discussion on the future of Jewish music.

$22 general; $20 JCC Member
Seniors and students $2 off single ticket price
Youth Ticket $16 General $14 JCC Member
Festival Pass - concert plus workshops $25 general $23 JCC Member

Co-sponsored by the Leventhal-Sidman JCC, Brookline Workmen's Circle, and the KlezmerShack

KlezmerShack 10th Anniversary

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KlezFest!3, Westchester, NY, Mar 26

KlezFest!3: "Battle" of the Klezmer Bands
featuring the five bands in the Westchester Klezmer Program, along with special guests and dance instruction.

Sunday afternoon, March 26
2:30-5:00 pm
Congregation Sons of Israel
Briarcliff Manor, New York.

$18 per person, $10 for seniors, pre-bar/batmitzvah students

For more info: Westchester Klezmer Program
tel: 914-244-3885
web: www.klezkidz.org
email KlezKidz

April 1, 2006

Alicia's Klezmer Party, NYC, Apr 1

svigals singingSaturday, April 1, 2007, 10:30 a.m. at Lucille Lortel Theatre: Theatreworks presents Alicia's Klezmer Party.

Alicia's Klezmer Party brings the joyful sounds of traditional Ashkenazic Jewish dance music to young ears and feet. World-renowned klezmer fiddler Alicia Svigals, accordionist Art Bailey, and Yiddish singer Magda Fishman raise the roof with hot klezmer tunes and get kids and adults clapping and stamping along. Children learn Yiddish words and shtetl-flavored melodies to sing along and bring home to their own holiday celebrations. Alicia's Klezmer Party brings to life the ecstatic and poignant sounds that must have emanated from Chagall's original fiddlers, a magical journey for kids and parents of all backgrounds.

http://www.lortel.org/LLT_theater/g_information/
www.ticketcentral.com
tix 212 279 4200

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November 18, 2007

Pincus and the Pig, Flushing, NY, Nov 18, 2007

CD coverPINKUS AND THE PIG: A KLEZMER TALE
Written by Maurice Sendak
Performed by Shirim Klezmer Orchestra & Colorful projected art by Maurice Sendak

Sunday, November 18, 2007, 2 PM
Colden Auditorium, Queens Colleg, Flushing NY
$12 all seats

Your kids will love Pincus and the Pig, winner of the 2005 Parent's Choice Gold Award and 2005 American Library Association's Notable Children's Recording Award. Written by internationally acclaimed childrenâ€TMs author Maurice Sendak, this recasting of Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf features delightful narration, colorful projected art, and joyful music arranged and performed by Shirim Klezmer Orchestra. Pincus and the Pig resonates with humor, mysterious subtexts, and aural slapstick that will appeal to all generations.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.KupferbergCenterArts.org or through the B.O. at 718-793-8080.

Shirim, Queens, NYC, Nov 18, 2007

Sunday Nov 18th 2:00
Shirim at Queen's College NY. Colden Auditorium. Performing "Pincus and the Pig" with the always inspiring Fishel Bressler narrating.

December 9, 2007

Hanukkah Klezmer for Kids w/Strauss/Warschauer

Hanukkah Klezmer for Kids Concerts with the Strauss/Warschauer Duo in Manhattan and Brooklyn today, Sunday, December 9

We'll be performing two Hanukkah Klezmer for Kids shows today, Sunday December 9. The first one will be in Manhattan at the Winter Garden at 12:30, and the second one will be at the Brooklyn Heights Synagogue at 3:30. They'll be fun... come by if you are in the area! More info below:

Manhattan:
arts > World Financial Center presents
KLEZMER FOR KIDS!

Sunday, December 9
12:30 - 2pm
Winter Garden

Free admission

This fun, interactive performance of song and dance blends Eastern European Jewish music with heritage lessons drawn from Yiddish and Hasidic traditions to let your child explore Chanukkah.

www.worldfinancialcenter.com/calendar/?page=2


Brooklyn:
You & your children are invited to the Brooklyn Heights Synagogue's annual Chanukkah Concert:

Klezmer for Kids!
3:30 pm
Sunday December 9, 2007

$5 per person in advance at
the BHS office or at the door
Brooklyn Heights Synagogue
131 Remsen Street
Brooklyn, NY
718-522-2070

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March 9, 2008

John Schott's Dream Kitchen, Berkeley, CA, Mar 9, 2008

John Schott's Dream Kitchen
Black Pine Circle School
2027 7th Street, Berkeley
Sunday, March 9, 3:00 pm
$10 adults, children free

Did you miss out on John Schott's Dream Kitchen at the Brew last month? Want to check out the local trio of John Schott (guitar), Marc Bolin (tuba) and John Hanes (drums) before John Schott takes the stage as part of the Jewish Music Festival finale The Ark presents Cyclical Rituals (part 1): Spring? Well this is your chance to bring along the kids and enjoy Dream Kitchen's spectrum of silly and serious songs, innovation and endearing banter.

January 17, 2009

Gerry Tenney kids concert, Berkeley, CA, 17 Jan 2009

Gerry TenneyGerry Tenney: Music for Kids Young and Old
Saturday, January 17, 2009, 10:30am
Adults $5, Children $4, Family $12
La Peña Community Center, 3105 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley
Tickets: 510-849-2568

Don't miss Gerry Tenney's first concert of 2009. Always a La Peña and local favorite, Gerry's concerts are always a wonderful mix of original and traditional music. Whether it's "King Kong the Gorilla playing ping pong with Godzilla," or an old Yiddish folksong about potatoes, his shows are a treat for the whole family. Gerry's song, "The Haunted House" has been sung by many, but only Gerry does the full version.

February 25, 2009

Kultur Festival 2009: Klez4Kidz, 25 Feb 2009

festival logoFAU Libraries & Klezmer Company Orchestra Present
Kultur Festival 2009
A Celebration of Jewish Music & Arts
February 25-March 1, 2009 @ Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, FL

Klez4Kidz: "Mendel's Accordion"
Wednesday February 25, 2009 @ 7 p.m. - Live Oak Pavilion
Tickets $8/Adult
Free tickets for kids under 12

Klez4Kidz is an event for the whole family! This multimedia presentation of the award-winning children's book Mendel's Accordion features author Heidi Smith Hyde and members of the Klezmer Company Orchestra. A dramatic reading, live music and projected illustrations from the book will bring this charming bedtime story to life. Parents and children are encouraged to bring blankets and dress up in pajamas for this event. Grandparents are sure to enjoy this unique program too!

Winner of the Sugarman Award for Best Jewish Children's Book
A Sydney Taylor Award Notable Book of 2008

For tickets, call 800-564-9539 or visit www.fauevents.com/kulturfest.html. For more information on KCO, visit www.klezmercompany.com. A limited number of festival passes are available and must be purchased by phone or in person at the FAU Box Office

Co-sponsored by FAU Libraries and the South Florida Association of Jewish Libraries.

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August 25, 2009

"Towards the Days of Awe" w/Yuval Ron Trio, Berkeley, CA, 25 Aug 2009

Yuval RonTuesday, August 25, 2009, 7:30 pm

Towards the Days of Awe: A Journey through Sacred Music & Prayer
with The Yuval Ron Trio
with Dror Sinai - Percussion and voice, Eliyahu Sills - Ney
Special guests: Rachel Valfer of Qadim and the children-singing group of Temple Beth El led by Oren

As we approach the High Holy Days — the Days of Awe — join us on this beautiful evening of sacred music, spiritual dance and story-telling/teaching from the mystical Jewish tradition. Participate in a sound prayer and revel in Hassidic stories about the power of uninitiated prayer.

Location: Temple Beth El, 3055 Porter Gulch Rd. Aptos, CA 95003
Admission: $15, kids under 12 - free. Tickets may be purchased (cash or Check only) at the door and reserved at the Temple via phone (831)479-3444, or at Rhythm Fusion 1541 c pacific ave. Santa Cruz 95060. Tel: (831)423-2048
For more information: Call (831) 479-3444

September 12, 2009

Klezmer Kids, Toronto, Canada, 12-13 Sep 2009

On the weekend of September 12 & 13, 2009, the Winchevsky Centre 585 Cranbrooke Avenue, is hosting two exclusive events featuring The Klezmer Kids from Winnipeg:

1) a one-night only concert the evening of Saturday September 12th, 7:30 p.m., advance tickets are $18.00; children/students (ages 5-18) are $12.00; or at the door $22.00 and $15.00

2) an interactive family klezmer workshop with the Klezmer Kids & with Helen Winkler leading dancing, the morning of Sunday September 13th, 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.$10.00 at the door, RSVP by September 10th to 416-789-5502.

tel: 416-789-5502
www.winchevskycentre.org

September 13, 2009

Klezmer Kids, Toronto, Canada, 12-13 Sep 2009

On the weekend of September 12 & 13, 2009, the Winchevsky Centre 585 Cranbrooke Avenue, is hosting two exclusive events featuring The Klezmer Kids from Winnipeg:

1) a one-night only concert the evening of Saturday September 12th, 7:30 p.m., advance tickets are $18.00; children/students (ages 5-18) are $12.00; or at the door $22.00 and $15.00

2) an interactive family klezmer workshop with the Klezmer Kids & with Helen Winkler leading dancing, the morning of Sunday September 13th, 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.$10.00 at the door, RSVP by September 10th to 416-789-5502.

tel: 416-789-5502
www.winchevskycentre.org

Mama Doni Band, S. Brunswick, NJ, 13 Sep 2009

October 2, 2009

Mama Doni Band, Morristown, NJ, 2 Oct 2009

October 5, 2009

Mama Doni Band, Margate, NJ, 5 Oct 2009

October 7, 2009

Mama Doni Band, Clifton, NJ, 7 Oct 2009

October 21, 2009

Mama Doni Band, Clifton, NJ, 21 Oct 2009

October 24, 2009

Mama Doni Band, International Jewish Music Festival, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 23-25 Oct 2009

October 25, 2009

Mama Doni Band, International Jewish Music Festival, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 23-25 Oct 2009

October 30, 2009

Mama Doni Band, Albany, NY, 30 Oct 2009

November 7, 2009

Mama Doni Band, Houston, TX, 7-8 Nov 2009

November 8, 2009

Mama Doni Band, Houston, TX, 7-8 Nov 2009

November 15, 2009

Mama Doni Band, Cherry Hill, NJ, 15 Nov 2009

November 22, 2009

Mama Doni Band, NYC, 22 Nov 2009

December 6, 2009

Mama Doni Band, Los Angeles, CA, 6 Dec 2009

December 10, 2009

Mama Doni Band, Rockaway, NJ, 10 Dec 2009

December 12, 2009

Mama Doni Band, Rockaway, NJ, 12 Dec 2009

December 13, 2009

Mama Doni Band, Rockville, MD, 13 Dec 2009

December 16, 2009

Mama Doni Band, White Plains, NY, 16 Dec 2009

December 18, 2009

Mama Doni Band, Washington township, NJ, 18 Dec 2009

December 20, 2009

Mama Doni Band, Springfield, NJ, 20 Dec 2009

December 25, 2009

Mama Doni Band, West Orange, NJ, 25 Dec 2009

January 17, 2010

Mama Doni Band, Kansas City, MO, 17 Jan 2010

February 27, 2010

Mama Doni Band, Closter, NJ, 27 Feb 2010

February 28, 2010

Mama Doni Band, Washington township, NJ, 28 Feb 2010

March 4, 2010

Mama Doni Band, Melrose Park, PA, 4 Mar 2010

March 21, 2010

Mama Doni Band, Wilkes-Barre, PA, 21 Mar 2010

December 8, 2010

Ben Brussell, San Rafael, CA, 8 December 2010

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 8, 2010
2:30 PM to 3:30 PM

Chanukah Celebration Sing-A-Long with Ben Brussell
Jewish Family & Children's Services

Jewish Family & Children's Services
600 Fifth Avenue
San Rafael, CA 94903
415-491-7690

www.bennybemusic.com

December 30, 2010

Klezmerfest! Klez for Kids, NYC, 30 Dec 2010

cd coverKlezmerfest in "Klez for Kids"

Thursday, 12/30
NY Public Library Main Branch
42nd St. and 5th Ave.
2:00PM. Free

January 22, 2011

Guy Mendilow children's concert, Arlington, MA, 22 Jan 2011

Guy MendilowGuy Mendilow Band

January 22nd, 10:30am
Around the World in Song: A Children's Concert

Lesley Ellis School
41 Foster St.
Arlington, MA
Info: (781) 641-5987

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March 6, 2011

"Pinkus and the Pig," Boston Jewish Music Festival, 6 Mar 2011

BJMF logoBoston Jewish Music Festival
Sunday, March 6, 1:00 pm
Maurice Sendak’s Pincus and The Pig
A Very Special Concert by the Shirim Klezmer Orchestra

Leventhal-Sidman JCC
333 Nahanton Street
Newton, MA 02459
Tel:617-558-6522

cdcoverBring your stuffed bears, your rubber duckies, and your bubbes and zaydes to "Pincus and The Pig," Maurice Sendak’s unique version of Peter and Wolf, by the amazing Shirim Klezmer Orchestra with special guest, Fishel Bresler. A fun introduction to Yiddish and klezmer, with pre-concert mask-making and a musical petting zoo.

Tickets: Kids (under 16) $10, Adults $15, Seniors $12, Special Family Ticket $40 (direct family only, please), add a bubbe or zayde to family ticket for just $10. To purchase tickets click HERE.

JCC Members save 10% on tickets purchased at the Box Office in advance.

Presented with the Ryna Greenbaum Center for the Arts, the Jewish Community Center of Greater Boston.
This program is made possible in part by a grant from CJP’s Innovation Grants Committee and support from the New England Foundation of the Arts.


Further information: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org. See you there.

March 20, 2011

Rockin' Purim Concert, The Museum of Jewish Heritage, New York, NY, 20 March 2011

Get Your Costumes On And Come To Our...
ROCKIN' PURIM CONCERT!
This SUNDAY, 3/20/11 at 3:30pm
For Kids 12 and Under, Parents & Grandparents

The Museum of Jewish Heritage
36 Battery Place, New York NY

There will be a full afternoon of FUN at the museum! Arts & crafts from 1:30-3:30 followed by the concert. You'll BOOO Haman, rock out with the Estherettes, and learn The Hamantaschen Dance!

May 8, 2011

Guy Mendilow children's concert, Cambridge, MA, 8 May 2011

Guy MendilowGuy Mendilow Band

May 8th, 2010, AM
Club Passim
47 Palmer St.
Harvard Square
Cambridge, MA
Children's Concert

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September 18, 2011

Yuval Ron kids workshop, Indianapolis, IN, 18 Sep, 2011

Yuval RonSunday, September 18, 2011 at 2:30 PM

Just for kids! Storytelling, Music, and Instruments of the Middle East

Bring in your kids to hear Award winning World Music artist Yuval Ron's engaging storytelling and musical performance. Kids will also learn about the instruments used to create the spicy sounds of Middle Eastern music!

Indianapolis Marion County Public Library, 40 E. St. Clair Street (Central Library—Learning Curve, green screen theatre)
Parking: Parking is available in the Central Library garage off of Pennsylvania Street (for a fee). There is also street parking available.
No tickets required. FREE and open to everyone.
For more information: call (317 )275-4099.

November 20, 2011

KlezKids, London, UK, 20 Nov, 2011

KlezKids

Sunday 20 November, 11am-12pm
The Red Hedgehog,
255 Archway Road,
London N6 5BS

Klezmer for tinies with Ilana Cravitz (fiddle), Carol Isaacs (accordion) and various glove puppets! An interactive hour-long programme, for kids accompanied by a responsible (?) adult.

www.theredhedgehog.co.uk
Tickets £8 adults, £6 kids (under 1 year free). Box office: 0208 348 5050\
Transport: Highgate Tube

November 28, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 28 Nov 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

28 November, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

November 29, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 29 Nov 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

29 November, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

November 30, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 30 Nov 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

28 November, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 1, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 1 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

1 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Post Show Talks
1, 6, 15, 20 and 27 Dec, 2pm & 2.30pm
Don't miss the unique opportunity to meet members of the cast and creative team.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 2, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 2 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

1 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 4, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 4 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

4 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 5, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 5 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

5 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 6, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 6 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

6 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Post Show Talks
1, 6, 15, 20 and 27 Dec, 2pm & 2.30pm
Don't miss the unique opportunity to meet members of the cast and creative team.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 7, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 7 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

7 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 8, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 8 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

8 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 9, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 9 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

9 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 11, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 11 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

11 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 12, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 12 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

12 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 13, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 13 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

13 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 14, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 14 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

14 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 15, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 15 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

15 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Post Show Talks
1, 6, 15, 20 and 27 Dec, 2pm & 2.30pm
Don't miss the unique opportunity to meet members of the cast and creative team.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 16, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 16 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

16 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 18, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 18 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

18 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 19, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 19 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

19 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 20, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 20 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

20 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Post Show Talks
1, 6, 15, 20 and 27 Dec, 2pm & 2.30pm
Don't miss the unique opportunity to meet members of the cast and creative team.

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 22, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 22 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

22 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 23, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 23 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

23 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 24, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 24 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

24 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 26, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 26 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

26 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 27, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 27 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

27 December, 2012, 10am and 2pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Post Show Talks
1, 6, 15, 20 and 27 Dec, 2pm & 2.30pm
Don't miss the unique opportunity to meet members of the cast and creative team.

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 28, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 28 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

28 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 29, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 29 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

29 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

December 30, 2012

"The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming", London, UK, 30 Dec 2012

A new adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story brought to the stage by YaD Arts in association with Tall Stories the award- winning children's theatre company that brought you The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom and the sell out Twinkle Twonkle last year.

30 December, 2012, 11am and 2:30pm
Studio Theatre
Roundhouse,
Chalk Farm Road,
London, NW1 8EH

The story begins in a tiny village more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukkah Latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. Well, wouldn’t you scream if you were thrown into a pan of boiling oil? The Latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape, the Christmas lights and pine trees, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?

Lemony Snicket’s Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming is a show about being yourself and appreciating others. The perfect family show to see this winter with an amazing cast, live music, lots of laughter and screaming potato pancake...

Tickets: £10
Concessions £8
£32 Family ticket (available in person or over the phone)
Suitable for ages 5+
Book online

Family workshops
Make your very own Latke puppet in this specially designed workshop to accompany the show - book here.

Co-commissioned by the Roundhouse and the Jewish Community Centre for London. Supported by Arts Council England, the Family Circle and Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.

February 5, 2013

Frank London's Klezmer Brass All-Stars, NYC, NY, 5 February 2013


The New York Klezmer Series
(formerly the East Village Klezmer Series)
now at Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St. (bet. Central Park W. and Columbus), New York, NY 10023
curated by Aaron Alexander

4 - 5 Kidz Klezmer Band of New York
5:30 - 7 Klezmer Music Workshop
5:30 - 7 Yiddish Dance Class w/Steve Weintraub
7:30 - 8:45 Concert (schedule below)*
8:45 - 9:30 Klezmer Jam Session

Feb. 5 - Frank London's Klezmer Brass All-Stars, Opening Night Dance Party - 8pm

Series founded by Rabbi Greg Wall & Aaron Alexander
Executive Producer - Cantor Dan Singer
Center for Traditional Music and Dance Artisitic Director - Pete Rushefsky

February 12, 2013

Margot Leverett & the Klezmer Mountain Boys, NYC, 12 February 2013


The New York Klezmer Series
(formerly the East Village Klezmer Series)
now at Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St. (bet. Central Park W. and Columbus), New York, NY 10023
curated by Aaron Alexander

4 - 5 Kidz Klezmer Band of New York
5:30 - 7 Klezmer Music Workshop
5:30 - 7 Yiddish Dance Class w/Steve Weintraub
7:30 - 8:45 Concert (schedule below)*
8:45 - 9:30 Klezmer Jam Session

Feb. 12 - Margot Leverett & the Klezmer Mountain Boys

Series founded by Rabbi Greg Wall & Aaron Alexander
Executive Producer - Cantor Dan Singer
Center for Traditional Music and Dance Artisitic Director - Pete Rushefsky

February 26, 2013

CTMD - Tanshoyz, NYC, 26 February 2013


The New York Klezmer Series
(formerly the East Village Klezmer Series)
now at Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St. (bet. Central Park W. and Columbus), New York, NY 10023
curated by Aaron Alexander

4 - 5 Kidz Klezmer Band of New York
5:30 - 7 Klezmer Music Workshop
5:30 - 7 Yiddish Dance Class w/Steve Weintraub
7:30 - 8:45 Concert (schedule below)*
8:45 - 9:30 Klezmer Jam Session

Feb. 26 - CTMD - Tantshoyz -Steve Weintraub Dance Leader

Series founded by Rabbi Greg Wall & Aaron Alexander
Executive Producer - Cantor Dan Singer
Center for Traditional Music and Dance Artisitic Director - Pete Rushefsky

March 5, 2013

Leviticus, NYC, 5 March 2013


The New York Klezmer Series
(formerly the East Village Klezmer Series)
now at Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St. (bet. Central Park W. and Columbus), New York, NY 10023
curated by Aaron Alexander

4 - 5 Kidz Klezmer Band of New York
5:30 - 7 Klezmer Music Workshop
5:30 - 7 Yiddish Dance Class w/Steve Weintraub
7:30 - 8:45 Concert (schedule below)*
8:45 - 9:30 Klezmer Jam Session

Mar. 5 - Leviticus: Michael Winograd, Daniel Blacksberg, Todd Nuefeld, Tyshawn Sorey


Series founded by Rabbi Greg Wall & Aaron Alexander
Executive Producer - Cantor Dan Singer
Center for Traditional Music and Dance Artisitic Director - Pete Rushefsky

March 12, 2013

Alicia Svigals & Patrick Farrell, NYC, 12 March 2013


The New York Klezmer Series
(formerly the East Village Klezmer Series)
now at Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St. (bet. Central Park W. and Columbus), New York, NY 10023
curated by Aaron Alexander

4 - 5 Kidz Klezmer Band of New York
5:30 - 7 Klezmer Music Workshop
5:30 - 7 Yiddish Dance Class w/Steve Weintraub
7:30 - 8:45 Concert (schedule below)*
8:45 - 9:30 Klezmer Jam Session

Mar. 12 - Alicia Svigals & Patrick Farrell

Series founded by Rabbi Greg Wall & Aaron Alexander
Executive Producer - Cantor Dan Singer
Center for Traditional Music and Dance Artisitic Director - Pete Rushefsky

March 19, 2013

CTMD - Tantshoyz, NYC, 19 March 2013


The New York Klezmer Series
(formerly the East Village Klezmer Series)
now at Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St. (bet. Central Park W. and Columbus), New York, NY 10023
curated by Aaron Alexander

4 - 5 Kidz Klezmer Band of New York
5:30 - 7 Klezmer Music Workshop
5:30 - 7 Yiddish Dance Class w/Steve Weintraub
7:30 - 8:45 Concert (schedule below)*
8:45 - 9:30 Klezmer Jam Session

Mar. 19 - CTMD - Tantshoyz - Steve Weintraub Dance Leader

Series founded by Rabbi Greg Wall & Aaron Alexander
Executive Producer - Cantor Dan Singer
Center for Traditional Music and Dance Artisitic Director - Pete Rushefsky

April 2, 2013

Jake Shulman-Ment Band, NYC, 2 April 2013


The New York Klezmer Series
(formerly the East Village Klezmer Series)
now at Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St. (bet. Central Park W. and Columbus), New York, NY 10023
curated by Aaron Alexander

4 - 5 Kidz Klezmer Band of New York
5:30 - 7 Klezmer Music Workshop
5:30 - 7 Yiddish Dance Class w/Steve Weintraub
7:30 - 8:45 Concert (schedule below)*
8:45 - 9:30 Klezmer Jam Session

Apr. 2 - Jake Shulman-Ment Band

Series founded by Rabbi Greg Wall & Aaron Alexander
Executive Producer - Cantor Dan Singer
Center for Traditional Music and Dance Artisitic Director - Pete Rushefsky

April 16, 2013

Lisa and Sruli's Family Band, NYC, 16 April 2013


The New York Klezmer Series
(formerly the East Village Klezmer Series)
now at Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St. (bet. Central Park W. and Columbus), New York, NY 10023
curated by Aaron Alexander

4 - 5 Kidz Klezmer Band of New York
5:30 - 7 Klezmer Music Workshop
5:30 - 7 Yiddish Dance Class w/Steve Weintraub
7:30 - 8:45 Concert (schedule below)*
8:45 - 9:30 Klezmer Jam Session

Apr. 16 - Lisa and Sruli's Family Band

Series founded by Rabbi Greg Wall & Aaron Alexander
Executive Producer - Cantor Dan Singer
Center for Traditional Music and Dance Artisitic Director - Pete Rushefsky

April 23, 2013

CTMD - Tantshoyz, NYC 23 April 2013


The New York Klezmer Series
(formerly the East Village Klezmer Series)
now at Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St. (bet. Central Park W. and Columbus), New York, NY 10023
curated by Aaron Alexander

4 - 5 Kidz Klezmer Band of New York
5:30 - 7 Klezmer Music Workshop
5:30 - 7 Yiddish Dance Class w/Steve Weintraub
7:30 - 8:45 Concert (schedule below)*
8:45 - 9:30 Klezmer Jam Session

Apr. 23 - CTMD - Tantshoyz - Deborah Strauss Dance Leader

Series founded by Rabbi Greg Wall & Aaron Alexander
Executive Producer - Cantor Dan Singer
Center for Traditional Music and Dance Artisitic Director - Pete Rushefsky

May 21, 2013

Eve Sicular - Metropolitan Klezmer, NYC, 21 May 2013


The New York Klezmer Series
(formerly the East Village Klezmer Series)
now at Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St. (bet. Central Park W. and Columbus), New York, NY 10023
curated by Aaron Alexander

4 - 5 Kidz Klezmer Band of New York
5:30 - 7 Klezmer Music Workshop
5:30 - 7 Yiddish Dance Class w/Steve Weintraub
7:30 - 8:45 Concert (schedule below)*
8:45 - 9:30 Klezmer Jam Session

May 21 - Eve Sicular - Metropolitan Klezmer

Series founded by Rabbi Greg Wall & Aaron Alexander
Executive Producer - Cantor Dan Singer
Center for Traditional Music and Dance Artisitic Director - Pete Rushefsky

June 4, 2013

Levitt Legacy Tango Project and Matt Emkin's Poykler's Shloft Lied, NYC, 4 June 2013

The New York Klezmer Series
(formerly the East Village Klezmer Series)
now at Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St. (bet. Central Park W. and Columbus), New York, NY 10023
curated by Aaron Alexander

4 - 5 Kidz Klezmer Band of New York
5:30 - 7 Klezmer Music Workshop
5:30 - 7 Yiddish Dance Class w/Steve Weintraub
7:30 - 8:45 Concert (schedule below)*
8:45 - 9:30 Klezmer Jam Session

June 4 - Double Bill: Levitt Legacy Tango Project and Matt Temkin's Poykler's Shloft Lied

Series founded by Rabbi Greg Wall & Aaron Alexander
Executive Producer - Cantor Dan Singer
Center for Traditional Music and Dance Artisitic Director - Pete Rushefsky

June 11, 2013

Dmitri Slepovitch's Litvakus, NYC, 11 June 2013


The New York Klezmer Series
(formerly the East Village Klezmer Series)
now at Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St. (bet. Central Park W. and Columbus), New York, NY 10023
curated by Aaron Alexander

June 11 - Dmitri Slepovitch's Litvakus

Series founded by Rabbi Greg Wall & Aaron Alexander
Executive Producer - Cantor Dan Singer
Center for Traditional Music and Dance Artisitic Director - Pete Rushefsky

June 18, 2013

Student Concert, Party with Aaron Alexander & The Klez Messengers, NYC, 18 June 2013


The New York Klezmer Series
(formerly the East Village Klezmer Series)
now at Stephen Wise Free Synagogue
30 W. 68th St. (bet. Central Park W. and Columbus), New York, NY 10023
curated by Aaron Alexander

4 - 5 Kidz Klezmer Band of New York
5:30 - 7 Klezmer Music Workshop
5:30 - 7 Yiddish Dance Class w/Steve Weintraub
7:30 - 8:45 Concert (schedule below)*
8:45 - 9:30 Klezmer Jam Session

June 18 - Student Concert, Party w/Aaron Alexander & The Klez Messengers

Series founded by Rabbi Greg Wall & Aaron Alexander
Executive Producer - Cantor Dan Singer
Center for Traditional Music and Dance Artisitic Director - Pete Rushefsky

March 2, 2014

Hebrew Play Live with Noa Barankin @ Boston Jewish Music Fest, Brookline, MA, 2 Mar 2014

Hebrew Play Live with Noa Barankin

Sun, Mar 2, 3pm
Kehillath Israel
384 Harvard Street
Brookline, MA

Admission is $18 per family in advance, $20 at the door.
Click here to buy tickets.

Noa joins Hebrew Play Live for a musical exploration of song and percussion using different instruments and movement activities designed for preschoolers and their families. A talented singer, dancer and drummer, Noa was a member of “Tararam,” the Israeli rhythm and dance company and star of the musical “Tararam Kids.” She will lead a musical reading of Israeli children’s books including Tiras Cham – Hot Corn – תירס חם by Miriam Roth and Hatzmoret HaMiflatzot Hakzev – The Monsters of the Rhythm Orchestra - תזמורת מפלצות הקצב by Ami Rubinger. Art activity and kosher snacks will follow the performance. Presented by Hebrew Play of Boston, the festivities are in Hebrew yet accessible to all.

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/hebrew-play-live-with-noa-barankin/.

March 9, 2014

Mama Doni Purim Bash, Newton, MA, 9 Mar 2014

Mama Doni Purim Bash

Sun, Mar 9, 1pm
Leventhal-Sidman Jewish Community Center
333 Nahanton St
Newton, MA

Back by popular demand! Get ready to dance, sing, laugh and just enjoy this festive, high-energy, interactive family concert with the human dynamos, Mama Doni and her Band. Featuring sing-alongs, catchy pop tunes, and a costume parade for kids to strut their Purim best. Presented in partnership with the PJ Library and the Greater Boston JCCs.

Advance Tickets: $12 (JCC Member: $10), at the door $15 for adults
Special family price: $40
Click here to purchase advance tickets

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/mama-doni-purim-bash/.

Mama Doni Family Concert, Providence, RI, 9 Mar 2014

Mama Doni Family Concert – Providence

Sun, Mar 9, 16:30pm
Temple Emanu-El
99 Taft
Providence, RI

BJMF comes to Rhode Island with an irresistible event for young families: The Mama Doni Band. An irresistible performer for kids and parents alike, Doni and her band will have you singing, dancing, laughing and hugging. Presented in partnership with Temple Emanu-el with support from the Jewish Alliance of Rhode Island.

Tickets: Adults $10, Children $5
Click here to purchase tickets.

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/mama-doni-family-concert-providence/.

March 23, 2014

Matti Kovler’s Bittersweet Cabaret @ Boston Jewish Music Festival, Brookline, MA, 23 Mar 2014

Matti Kovler’s Bittersweet Cabaret

Thu, Mar 23, 7:00pm
Temple Ohabei Shalom
1187 Beacon St.
Brookline, MA

Matti Kovler is a Russian-born, Israeli-raised, Boston-based composer whose work blends pop and classical styles and reflects mystic and comic inspirations. He’s earned rave reviews from the Boston Globe and New York Times. Featuring Matthew Shifrin and American Idol’s Brett Lowenstern singing selections from Kovler’s “Children’s Songs” and other Jewish Music Theater productions. Performed in Hebrew, Yiddish, Russian and English, with translations.

Tickets $18 in advance, $20 at the door. Click here to purchase tickets.

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/matti-kovlers-bittersweet-cabaret/.

October 18, 2014

Uncle Shlomo’s Fourth Brooklyn Kids’ Hootenanny 2014

Uncle Shlomo’s Fourth Brooklyn Kids’ Hootenanny (The Fall 2014 ‘Hoot’)

Saturday, October 18at 2:00pm
Jalopy Theatre and School of Music
315 Columbia St,
Brooklyn, New York 11231

Facebook: www.facebook.com/events/572917922837795/

November 15, 2014

F-IRE COLLECTIVE'S RHYTHM AND JEWS, London, UK, 15 Nov 2014

Lemony Snicket's Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming

JW3 15 - 19th December and 28th December - 4th January
Mon Nov 15, 11am, 2pm
JW3
341-351 Finchley Road
London, NW3 6ET, UK

Box Office: 020 7433 8988

The Lowry, Salford: 22nd - 24th December
Theatre Royal, Bath: 7th - 10th January
Mac, Birmingham: 11th January

"A wonderfuly inventive take on the usual seasonal fare." Time Out ****

This story begins in a tiny vilage, more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukhah latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. The latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape and Christmas lights, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?


This adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story is vividly brought to life in Tall Stories' unique physical style, with live music, lots of laughs and a screaming potato pancake.

"Deliciously directed.... they create an air of adorabe silliness, a good-natured knowingness that tips delicately into pastiche." The Telegraph ****

"A gem of a children's show." Jewish Chronicle *****

Check out our trailer here
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November 16, 2014

F-IRE COLLECTIVE'S RHYTHM AND JEWS, London, UK, 16 Nov 2014

Lemony Snicket's Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming

JW3 15 - 19th December and 28th December - 4th January
Tue Nov 16, 11am, 4:30pm
JW3
341-351 Finchley Road
London, NW3 6ET, UK

Box Office: 020 7433 8988

The Lowry, Salford: 22nd - 24th December
Theatre Royal, Bath: 7th - 10th January
Mac, Birmingham: 11th January

"A wonderfuly inventive take on the usual seasonal fare." Time Out ****

This story begins in a tiny vilage, more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukhah latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. The latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape and Christmas lights, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?


This adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story is vividly brought to life in Tall Stories' unique physical style, with live music, lots of laughs and a screaming potato pancake.

"Deliciously directed.... they create an air of adorabe silliness, a good-natured knowingness that tips delicately into pastiche." The Telegraph ****

"A gem of a children's show." Jewish Chronicle *****

Check out our trailer here

November 17, 2014

F-IRE COLLECTIVE'S RHYTHM AND JEWS, London, UK, 17 Nov 2014

Lemony Snicket's Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming

JW3 15 - 19th December and 28th December - 4th January
Wed Nov 17, 11am, 4:30pm
JW3
341-351 Finchley Road
London, NW3 6ET, UK

Box Office: 020 7433 8988

The Lowry, Salford: 22nd - 24th December
Theatre Royal, Bath: 7th - 10th January
Mac, Birmingham: 11th January

"A wonderfuly inventive take on the usual seasonal fare." Time Out ****

This story begins in a tiny vilage, more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukhah latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. The latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape and Christmas lights, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?


This adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story is vividly brought to life in Tall Stories' unique physical style, with live music, lots of laughs and a screaming potato pancake.

"Deliciously directed.... they create an air of adorabe silliness, a good-natured knowingness that tips delicately into pastiche." The Telegraph ****

"A gem of a children's show." Jewish Chronicle *****

Check out our trailer here

November 18, 2014

F-IRE COLLECTIVE'S RHYTHM AND JEWS, London, UK, 18 Nov 2014

Lemony Snicket's Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming

JW3 15 - 19th December and 28th December - 4th January
Thu Nov 18, 11am, 4:30pm
JW3
341-351 Finchley Road
London, NW3 6ET, UK

Box Office: 020 7433 8988

The Lowry, Salford: 22nd - 24th December
Theatre Royal, Bath: 7th - 10th January
Mac, Birmingham: 11th January

"A wonderfuly inventive take on the usual seasonal fare." Time Out ****

This story begins in a tiny vilage, more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukhah latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. The latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape and Christmas lights, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?


This adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story is vividly brought to life in Tall Stories' unique physical style, with live music, lots of laughs and a screaming potato pancake.

"Deliciously directed.... they create an air of adorabe silliness, a good-natured knowingness that tips delicately into pastiche." The Telegraph ****

"A gem of a children's show." Jewish Chronicle *****

Check out our trailer here

November 19, 2014

F-IRE COLLECTIVE'S RHYTHM AND JEWS, London, UK, 19 Nov 2014

Lemony Snicket's Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming

JW3 15 - 19th December and 28th December - 4th January
Fri Nov 19, 2pm
JW3
341-351 Finchley Road
London, NW3 6ET, UK

Box Office: 020 7433 8988

The Lowry, Salford: 22nd - 24th December
Theatre Royal, Bath: 7th - 10th January
Mac, Birmingham: 11th January

"A wonderfuly inventive take on the usual seasonal fare." Time Out ****

This story begins in a tiny vilage, more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukhah latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. The latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape and Christmas lights, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?


This adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story is vividly brought to life in Tall Stories' unique physical style, with live music, lots of laughs and a screaming potato pancake.

"Deliciously directed.... they create an air of adorabe silliness, a good-natured knowingness that tips delicately into pastiche." The Telegraph ****

"A gem of a children's show." Jewish Chronicle *****

Check out our trailer here

December 14, 2014

Hanukkah Family Fest, Los Angeles, CA, 14 Dec 2014

Hanukkah Family Festival Sunday, December 14 11:00am–4:00pm Skirball Cultural Center 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., LA, CA 90049 This year's Hanukkah Family Festival highlights two major themes of the holiday—light and freedom (luz y libertad)—through the lens of Latin American culture. Enjoy live performances, storytelling, art making, and a host of other family-friendly activities. Families of all backgrounds welcome! Tickets include Museum admission: $7-$10; FREE to Skirball Members and Children under 12. Advance tickets recommended: (877) SCC-4TIX, skirball.org, or on site. Discounts, coupons, and other ticket promotions are not valid on festival day. All ages welcome; children must be accompanied by an adult. tel: 310-440-4500

Chanukah Celebration, San Rafael, CA, 14 Dec 2014

Sunday, December 14 Chanukah Celebration Sundays at the J 11:30 AM PM to 2:30 PM Ben Brussell - Solo Violin/Mandolin/Vocals at Osher Marin JCC 200 North San Pedro Road, San Rafael, CA 94903 415-444-8000 Free to the Public Osher Marin JCC Calendar Sundays at the J is a full-on Family fun day for everybody. Arts and Crafts. Ben will have his own both, playing and singing songs!

December 20, 2014

Chanukah Party w/Ben Brussell, Albany, CA, 20 Dec 2014

Ben Brussell - Solo Mandolin & Vocals Chanukah Party and Silent Auction Congregation Kol Hadash Chanukah Party Saturday, December 20, 6 PM to 9 PM Albany Community Center 1249 Marin Avenue, Albany, CA 94706 510-982-1455 Bring your friends and family and join us for our annual Chanukah party with a short service, delicious food, a wonderful silent auction, and entertainment. Song-leading by Ben Brussell. Potluck diner before service.

December 25, 2014

Annual Family Klez Concert/Tour/Workshop, NYC, 25 Dec 2014

Museum at Eldridge St. - Klez for Kids and Synagogue Tours THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25 - TOURS: 10, 12 & 1; CONCERTS: 11 AM AND 2 PM Klez for Kids and Synagogue Tours Museum at Eldridge St. 12 Eldridge Street, New York, NY 10002 $12 adults; $10 students/seniors; $8 children 3-17; children under 3 are free Sing, dance and learn Yiddish at our annual family concert. Clarinetist Greg Wall and his band Klezmerfest lead the audience on a musical tour of Eastern European Jewish culture ending with a joyful audience-enacted shtetl wedding. The Museum is open until 3 pm on December 25th with synagogue tours offered during the day. More info: www.eldridgestreet.org/events/

December 28, 2014

F-IRE COLLECTIVE'S RHYTHM AND JEWS, London, UK, 28 Dec 2014

Lemony Snicket's Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming

JW3 15 - 19th December and 28th December - 4th January
Sun, Dec 28, 11am
JW3
341-351 Finchley Road
London, NW3 6ET, UK

Box Office: 020 7433 8988

The Lowry, Salford: 22nd - 24th December
Theatre Royal, Bath: 7th - 10th January
Mac, Birmingham: 11th January

"A wonderfully inventive take on the usual seasonal fare." Time Out ****

This story begins in a tiny vilage, more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukhah latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. The latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape and Christmas lights, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?


This adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story is vividly brought to life in Tall Stories' unique physical style, with live music, lots of laughs and a screaming potato pancake.

"Deliciously directed.... they create an air of adorable silliness, a good-natured knowingness that tips delicately into pastiche." The Telegraph ****

"A gem of a children's show." Jewish Chronicle *****

Check out our trailer here

December 29, 2014

F-IRE COLLECTIVE'S RHYTHM AND JEWS, London, UK, 29 Dec 2014

Lemony Snicket's Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming

JW3 15 - 19th December and 28th December - 4th January
Mon, Dec 29, 11am & 3pm
JW3
341-351 Finchley Road
London, NW3 6ET, UK

Box Office: 020 7433 8988

The Lowry, Salford: 22nd - 24th December
Theatre Royal, Bath: 7th - 10th January
Mac, Birmingham: 11th January

"A wonderfully inventive take on the usual seasonal fare." Time Out ****

This story begins in a tiny vilage, more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukhah latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. The latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape and Christmas lights, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?


This adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story is vividly brought to life in Tall Stories' unique physical style, with live music, lots of laughs and a screaming potato pancake.

"Deliciously directed.... they create an air of adorable silliness, a good-natured knowingness that tips delicately into pastiche." The Telegraph ****

"A gem of a children's show." Jewish Chronicle *****

Check out our trailer here

December 30, 2014

F-IRE COLLECTIVE'S RHYTHM AND JEWS, London, UK, 30 Dec 2014

Lemony Snicket's Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming

JW3 15 - 19th December and 28th December - 4th January
Tue, Dec 30, 11am & 3pm
JW3
341-351 Finchley Road
London, NW3 6ET, UK

Box Office: 020 7433 8988

The Lowry, Salford: 22nd - 24th December
Theatre Royal, Bath: 7th - 10th January
Mac, Birmingham: 11th January

"A wonderfully inventive take on the usual seasonal fare." Time Out ****

This story begins in a tiny vilage, more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukhah latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. The latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape and Christmas lights, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?


This adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story is vividly brought to life in Tall Stories' unique physical style, with live music, lots of laughs and a screaming potato pancake.

"Deliciously directed.... they create an air of adorable silliness, a good-natured knowingness that tips delicately into pastiche." The Telegraph ****

"A gem of a children's show." Jewish Chronicle *****

Check out our trailer here

December 31, 2014

F-IRE COLLECTIVE'S RHYTHM AND JEWS, London, UK, 31 Dec 2014

Lemony Snicket's Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming

JW3 15 - 19th December and 28th December - 4th January
Wed, Dec 31, 11am & 3pm
JW3
341-351 Finchley Road
London, NW3 6ET, UK

Box Office: 020 7433 8988

The Lowry, Salford: 22nd - 24th December
Theatre Royal, Bath: 7th - 10th January
Mac, Birmingham: 11th January

"A wonderfully inventive take on the usual seasonal fare." Time Out ****

This story begins in a tiny vilage, more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukhah latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. The latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape and Christmas lights, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?


This adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story is vividly brought to life in Tall Stories' unique physical style, with live music, lots of laughs and a screaming potato pancake.

"Deliciously directed.... they create an air of adorable silliness, a good-natured knowingness that tips delicately into pastiche." The Telegraph ****

"A gem of a children's show." Jewish Chronicle *****

Check out our trailer here

January 1, 2015

F-IRE COLLECTIVE'S RHYTHM AND JEWS, London, UK, 1 Jan 2015

Lemony Snicket's Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming

JW3 15 - 19th December and 28th December - 4th January
Thu, Jan 1, 2pm & 4:30pm
JW3
341-351 Finchley Road
London, NW3 6ET, UK

Box Office: 020 7433 8988

The Lowry, Salford: 22nd - 24th December
Theatre Royal, Bath: 7th - 10th January
Mac, Birmingham: 11th January

"A wonderfully inventive take on the usual seasonal fare." Time Out ****

This story begins in a tiny vilage, more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukhah latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. The latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape and Christmas lights, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?


This adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story is vividly brought to life in Tall Stories' unique physical style, with live music, lots of laughs and a screaming potato pancake.

"Deliciously directed.... they create an air of adorable silliness, a good-natured knowingness that tips delicately into pastiche." The Telegraph ****

"A gem of a children's show." Jewish Chronicle *****

Check out our trailer here

January 4, 2015

F-IRE COLLECTIVE'S RHYTHM AND JEWS, London, UK, 4 Jan 2015

Lemony Snicket's Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming

JW3 15 - 19th December and 28th December - 4th January
Sun, Jan 4, 10:30am & 1pm
JW3
341-351 Finchley Road
London, NW3 6ET, UK

Box Office: 020 7433 8988

The Lowry, Salford: 22nd - 24th December
Theatre Royal, Bath: 7th - 10th January
Mac, Birmingham: 11th January

"A wonderfully inventive take on the usual seasonal fare." Time Out ****

This story begins in a tiny vilage, more or less covered in snow, where a Hanukhah latke, a fried potato pancake, is born screaming. The latke jumps from the boiling pan and races through the wintery village, deep in the throes of festive preparations. Lost amongst the snowy landscape and Christmas lights, will our Latke ever find where it belongs?


This adaptation of the absurdly funny Lemony Snicket story is vividly brought to life in Tall Stories' unique physical style, with live music, lots of laughs and a screaming potato pancake.

"Deliciously directed.... they create an air of adorable silliness, a good-natured knowingness that tips delicately into pastiche." The Telegraph ****

"A gem of a children's show." Jewish Chronicle *****

Check out our trailer here

March 8, 2015

Oran Etkin's Timbalooloo @ Boston Jewish Music Festival, Newton, MA, 8 Mar 2015

festival logoOran Etkin's Timbalooloo

Sun, Mar 8, 2015, 7:30pm
Leventhal-Sidman JCC
333 Nahanton St.
Newton, MA

Tickets: $12/advance; $10/advance JCC members; $15/door. Purchase online

A sensational, hand clapping, foot-stomping interactive family introduction to jazz by award winning clarinetist, Oran Etkin.

More info: bostonjewishmusicfestival.org/events/oran-etkins-timbalooloo/

June 6, 2015

She'Koyokh@Songlines Fest, London, UK, 6 June 2015

cd coverShe'koyokh

Kids Concert @ Songlines Encounters Festival, Kings Place, London
Sat 6 June, 2pm
Info about the festival (4-6 June)

December 6, 2015

Hanukkah First Light with di bostoner klezmer, Waltham, MA, 6 Dec 2015

Hanukkah First Light with di bostoner klezmer

Sun, Dec 6, 2015 4 PM
Temple Beth Israel,
25 Harvard St.,
Waltham MA

Join the Temple Beth Israel community and Di Bostoner Klezmer for a holiday celebration with great music, high pirits, and lighting of the first candle of Hanukkah!

Sunday, Dec. 6, 4:00pm
$12, children $5, pay at the door
Refreshments served

More info: www.facebook.com/events/1062374137129592/

December 10, 2016

Münchner Kinderlieder, München, Germany, 10 Dec 2016

Münchner Kinderlieder
Mitmachkonzert für Kinder und Familien mit frisch gesammelten Liedern aus Bayern und der ganzen Welt

Dec 10, 2016, 16:00
Münchner Stadtmuseum,
St.-Jakobsplatz 1
80333 München, Germany

December 25, 2016

"Kids & Yiddish", NYC, 25 Dec 2016

Kids & Yiddish

Sunday, December 25 at 11 AM
Edmond J. Safra Hall
Museum of Jewish Heritage
36 Battery Place,
NYC

$40 Premium Seats | $20 adults | $10 children and MJH and NYTF Members.
Special $40 rate for families of 4 (call us for this option 212-213-2120 Ext. 206)
tickets online

A reunion concert performance of NYTF's wildly popular family musical. 90% English, 10% Yiddish and 100% fun! Join us as the past and present reunite for this lively concert. For families with children ages 4 and up. Created by Joanne Borts, Menachem Mike Fox, and Zalmen Mlotek.

Starring: Joanne H Borts, Jenny Romaine, Zalmen Mlotek, Menachem Mike Fox, Sarah Mlotek, Avram Mlotek, Stav Meishar, Sophie Knapp, Ravi Mlotek, Elisha Mlotek
Sruli & Lisa’s Family Band: Lisa Mayer, Sruli Dresdner, Johnny Dresdner, Charlie Dresdner and Zach Mayer
With: Mike Ritz

Any Way You Light It - A Hannukah Rock Show for Families, NYC, 25 Dec 2016

Any Way You Light It - A Hannukah Rock Show for Families (Daytime show)​
International Jewish music sensation Naomi Less will rock your Hanukkah at this hotter than latkes, foot-stompin’, interactive sing-out-loud show.

Sun, 25 Dec, 2016, 11am (doors open 10am)
City Winery
155 Varick St.
NYC

Tix/more info

Any Way You Light It is an interactive, family-friendly, theatrical rock show that unpacks the multiple stories of Hanukkah with a 5-piece, high octane rock band.

Opening Acts:

  • Hanukkah Jam Sing-a-long with Adam Feder

  • PJ Library storytelling with Kendell Pinkney and Rachel Evans

  • PLUS crafts and activities.

*Come dressed as a rock star!

April 30, 2017

Children's Day / Kinder Tog @ YIVO, NYC, 30 Apr 2017

Children'd Day • Kinder Tog @ YIVO 04/30/17
YIVO Presents A morning of activity and cultural immersion for children of all ages
April 30th @ The Center for Jewish History

Join us for sing-alongs, storytelling, and puppetry inspired by the lives of Jewish children before World War II.
Children of all ages are invited to join for sing-alongs led by Eléonore Biezunski, storytelling by Shane Baker, and a Yiddish puppet show by Jenny Romaine. Jeffrey Yoskowitz and Liz Alpern of The Gelfilteria will provide authentic old world Jewish snacks.

Activities will take place from 11:00am until 1:00pm throughout the Center for Jewish History.

15 W. 16th St. New York, NY 10011 • (212) 246-6080
Co-sponsored by Center for Jewish History