For some, it’s over a nice cup of Java at a quiet coffee house in Uptown. For others, it’s while canoeing in the Boundary Waters, or hiking some gorgeous mountain path. For the 20-something guy from Chicago in local Jewish playwright Alan Berks’ play “Goats,” premiering regionally at the Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company March 5 – 27, 2011, the pilgrimage to self-discovery begins while backpacking through Europe, leads to a job for a cheesemaker in the mountains outside of Jerusalem, and ends… well, you’ll have to see the play now won’t you.
Goats, a comedy set with 160 goats in the mountains outside Jerusalem, was a hit in a shorter version at the Minnesota Fringe Festival in 2004, and features local actor Ryan M. Lindberg in the lead role.
So… as always, TC Jewfolk has the hook up. We’re giving away a pair of tickets to see Goats at the Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company (performance date & time is your choice). All you have to do is answer this question in the comments to this article…
What’s Your Favorite Cheese Shop in the Twin Cities?
Now that’s a tricky one. Answer that question BEFORE Friday, March 4th at midnight. The winner’s name will be drawn randomly. May the best reader win!
And if you don’t win our free pair of tickets, go buy a pair. Tickets are about $20 per show, unless you’re a student, in which case you can get student rush for just $12 a show. Learn more on the Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company’s website.
*By entering the contest, you agree to provide your email to the MN Jewish Theatre Company.
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