The Adult Education Committees
of Beth El and Keneseth Israel invite you to….
Saturday, February 3, 7:00 pm
A staged reading by Muhlenberg College students, directed by Charles Richter, Director of Theater with an introduction by Dustin Nash, Department of Religion Studies. Spinoza is considered to be the first modern Jewish thinker. This fictionalized account of his 17th century excommunication trial poses relevant and timely questions for Jews even today.
Sponsored by the Adult Ed Committees of Congregation Keneseth Israel and Temple Beth El.
Underwritten in part by the Ray and Bonnie Community Lecture and Education Fund.
Havdalah ~ Dessert Reception ~ Post Performance Q and A
ADVANCED TICKET PURCHASES ARE NOW CLOSED.
Missed out ?
Don’t worry! You may still buy tickets as a walk-in for $25/ticket at the door.