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As Hanukkah approaches, we invite you to join us in
supporting Jewish and Israeli Film in our community. Our 24th
Annual NJ Jewish Film Festival is taking place from March 28 to
April 14, 2024, and we are offering Sponsorships and Festival
Supporter Passes to fund our lineup of exciting films and
Festival Supporter Passes give you access to every
festival event and make for wonderful Hanukkah gifts! For
businesses, our Sponsorship opportunities provide excellent
advertising options, with your ad running before every festival
And now for your Hanukkah gift: Join us at the J on
December 24 for our belated Hanukkah present to you: a ray of
Israeli sunshine! We guarantee you will leave happy. You can
access tickets by clicking the image below.
Happy Hanukkah from JCC MetroWest! See you at the
JCC MetroWest 760 Northfield
Ave West Orange, NJ 07052 USA
Zoe Laufer (Mount Kisco, NY)
In a post-insurrection,
Christian America, an ancient Yiddish-speaking woman is deposited on
Hannah and Paul's doorstep. Should they hide her, or save themselves?
Writers in 34 states and 4 countries
submitted plays this year, which were read by
an astonishing panel of 92 Artist Panel Readerswith depth
and passion, creating a true community unearthing the best
Jewish stories of our age. These readers also recognized 18
Be among the first to dive into these plays by
becoming a JPP Community Reader! Read and discuss them with other
Jewish story lovers. Just sign up here and we'll get you placed
on a Community Panel in the spring!
SPECIAL ONE NIGHT
PERFORMANCE BY TODAY'S HOTTEST COMEDIAN!
ON SALE: FRIDAY,
DECEMBER 8, AT 10 AM
DECEMBER 16 • 10:00
Pete Davidson is the
creator, executive producer, writer and star of Peacock’s critically
acclaimed comedy “Bupkis.” He was a cast member on NBC’s “Saturday
Night Live” from 2014-2022, where his singular Weekend Update features
and original music videos garnered millions of views.
Davidson shot his first
one-hour stand-up special for Comedy Central in 2016 and was named one
of Forbes’ 30 Under 30 the same year. He was listed as one of Time’s
100 Most Influential People of 2022.
In 2020, Davidson
co-wrote, executive produced, and starred in the critically acclaimed
film “The King of Staten Island.” Additional film work includes
“Trainwreck,” “Transformers: Rise of the Beasts,” “Big Time
Adolescence,” “Set It Up,” “Meet Cute,” and “Bodies Bodies Bodies.”
See him perform an
intimate late-night set at the Shea Center.
Beer and wine will be
available for purchase during the performance.