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Jewish Heritage Day at The Rose Theater

Sunday, March 1, 2020  |  2:00 pm

The Rose Theater - 2001 Farnam St, Omaha, NE 68102

Celebrate your Jewish Heritage at The Rose Theater presented by the Jewish Federation of Omaha, PJ Our Way* and Institute for Holocaust Education.


Reach out to your favorite 8+ yr old and have them join you for a day at the theater!


The Diary of Anne Frank
2:00-3:30 pm   |  Ages 8+
Anne Frank was a real girl who was concealed in an Amsterdam storage attic with seven other people to evade the Nazis. Each day she would reflect on her harrowing ordeal in her journal. What emerged was a living, poetic, and often gently humorous portrait of childhood in the throes of a crisis. Witness her story live onstage.

Adapted by Wendy Kesselman, Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett.



PJ Our Way* Creative Journaling Workshop
3:45-4:30p (immediately following the show) | 
Ages 8-14
Local artist, Jennifer Castello, will walk students through a creative journaling workshop, giving time and space to process their theater experience and explore how journaling can help folks find/refine their voice. Limited space available. Open to ages 8-14 who have attended the 2 pm showing of The Diary of Anne Frank.  Registration for the workshop has closed. Questions? Please email jbeckman@jewishomaha.org


*FREE Jewish middle-grade books for kids ages 8.5-12; learn more at www.pjourway.org


IHE Display: Portraits of Survival
“Portraits of Survival” is a Holocaust exhibit on display throughout the Rose, featuring nationally renowned photographer, David Radler's black and white photos of individuals from Nebraska’s Holocaust survivor community. It was created in conjunction with the commemoration of the 70th anniversary of Kristallnacht.


Tickets

Registration for Jewish Heritage Day has closed. 

Tickets for the 2 pm showing may still be available for purchase at full price via The Rose

Questions about the program? Contact Jennie Gates Beckman at jbeckman@jewishomaha.org

ASL interpretation for the deaf and hard of hearing is provided for the performance and the workshop. Please contact us if you are needing these services, so that we may accommodate you.

Questions? Contact Jennie Gates Beckman at jbeckman@jewishomaha.org


This event is made possible by the support of:

The Staenberg Family Foundation Anything Grant

and the following Jewish Federation of Omaha Foundation Funds:
Paul & Edith Goldstein Family Endowment Fund
Special Donor-Advised Fund.