The Last Schwartz

OCTOBER 20 – NOVEMBER 11, 2018 MINNESOTA JEWISH THEATRE COMPANY On the anniversary of their father’s death, three brothers and their sister return to the family home for the unveiling memorial service. Grounded in painful pasts, this wacky comedy/drama explores Jewish identity and the question of cultural continuity within family dynamics. We’re thrilled to welcome […]

The Last Schwartz

OCTOBER 20 – NOVEMBER 11, 2018 MINNESOTA JEWISH THEATRE COMPANY On the anniversary of their father’s death, three brothers and their sister return to the family home for the unveiling memorial service. Grounded in painful pasts, this wacky comedy/drama explores Jewish identity and the question of cultural continuity within family dynamics. We’re thrilled to welcome […]

The Last Schwartz

OCTOBER 20 – NOVEMBER 11, 2018 MINNESOTA JEWISH THEATRE COMPANY On the anniversary of their father’s death, three brothers and their sister return to the family home for the unveiling memorial service. Grounded in painful pasts, this wacky comedy/drama explores Jewish identity and the question of cultural continuity within family dynamics. We’re thrilled to welcome […]

The Last Schwartz

OCTOBER 20 – NOVEMBER 11, 2018 MINNESOTA JEWISH THEATRE COMPANY On the anniversary of their father’s death, three brothers and their sister return to the family home for the unveiling memorial service. Grounded in painful pasts, this wacky comedy/drama explores Jewish identity and the question of cultural continuity within family dynamics. We’re thrilled to welcome […]

The Last Schwartz

OCTOBER 20 – NOVEMBER 11, 2018 MINNESOTA JEWISH THEATRE COMPANY On the anniversary of their father’s death, three brothers and their sister return to the family home for the unveiling memorial service. Grounded in painful pasts, this wacky comedy/drama explores Jewish identity and the question of cultural continuity within family dynamics. We’re thrilled to welcome […]

Tent 2014: Encounters with Jewish Culture

Tent, a series of one-week seminars for twenty-somethings, provides participants with the opportunity to explore aspects of modern culture through a Jewish lens and to delve into the vast, complex, and immediately relevant cultural side of their identity.