The Mikveh Monologues

by Anita Diamant & Janet Buchwald directed by Miriam Schwartz in her directorial debut August 21 – 25, 2019 Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company (MJTC) opens its 25th Anniversary Season with this special project. A contemporary collection of inspiring monologues shares the transformative experience of the modern mikveh, a Jewish ritual bath re-imagined for modern use. […]

The Mikveh Monologues

by Anita Diamant & Janet Buchwald directed by Miriam Schwartz in her directorial debut August 21 – 25, 2019 Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company (MJTC) opens its 25th Anniversary Season with this special project. A contemporary collection of inspiring monologues shares the transformative experience of the modern mikveh, a Jewish ritual bath re-imagined for modern use. […]

The Mikveh Monologues

by Anita Diamant & Janet Buchwald directed by Miriam Schwartz in her directorial debut August 21 – 25, 2019 Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company (MJTC) opens its 25th Anniversary Season with this special project. A contemporary collection of inspiring monologues shares the transformative experience of the modern mikveh, a Jewish ritual bath re-imagined for modern use. […]

The Mikveh Monologues

by Anita Diamant & Janet Buchwald directed by Miriam Schwartz in her directorial debut August 21 – 25, 2019 Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company (MJTC) opens its 25th Anniversary Season with this special project. A contemporary collection of inspiring monologues shares the transformative experience of the modern mikveh, a Jewish ritual bath re-imagined for modern use. […]

The Mikveh Monologues

by Anita Diamant & Janet Buchwald directed by Miriam Schwartz in her directorial debut August 21 – 25, 2019 Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company (MJTC) opens its 25th Anniversary Season with this special project. A contemporary collection of inspiring monologues shares the transformative experience of the modern mikveh, a Jewish ritual bath re-imagined for modern use. […]

Going Up: Minnesotans in the Israeli Army

Standing on a Jerusalem street corner on the one trip I made to Israel, I had an overwhelming feeling that most of my life had been spent asleep or in hiding. The Israelis I saw all around me, on the other hand, seemed alive in ways Americans were not; their hearts awake and on their sleeves.