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Selichot Service and Performance by The Braid Theatre company of “Refused No More”

Saturday, September 17, 2022 21 Elul 5782

6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
 
6:30 - Dinner outside (bring your own dinner; drinks and dessert on us)
7:15 - Welcome/Havdallah
7:30 - Performance of "Refused No More" presented by The Braid
8:40 - Slichot Service
 
We will start with dinner outside (bring your own dinner - drinks and dessert will be provided), followed by Havdalah and a special performance of "Refused No More" by the Braid. You won't want to miss this powerful collection of stories!
 
Following the show and Q & A with the actors, we'll move up to the rooftop deck for an intimate selichot service with Rabbi Eger, Rabbi Levy, and Student Rabbi Salzman. As part of formally ushering in the High Holiday season, we'll conclude with changing the Torah covers.
 
REFUSED NO MORE
We are thrilled to announce that the cast of Braid, formerly Jewish Women's Theatre, is to perform REFUSED NO MORE, in person during Selichot services from 7:30 - 8:30 PM.
 
Presented by the Braid: Refused No More is a true personal story of the Soviet Jew - the life left behind and the surprising, poignant, moving American journey being forged.
 
 
Kol Ami requires proof of vaccination including at least one booster for all events for all those eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine. If you are not yet eligible for a booster, you must provide proof a negative test within 24 hrs of the event. While masks are optional at indoor events the Los Angeles County Health Department strongly recommends that you wear a mask indoors. At Kol Ami we are mindful that there are many people who are immune compromised and as an act of loving kindness (Chesed) and compassion (Rachamim) we recommend you wear a mask except when eating or drinking indoors.
Please note: each individual attending should reserve and register separately please!

 

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