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Performances at Temple Beth Am

As part of our commitment to providing quality Jewish entertainment and events, Temple Beth Am offers a variety of films, plays, and musical performances throughout the year. For 2017-2018 our performance line-up includes:

Lost and Found in Love poster cropTales of the Alchemysts Theatre production  of Lost and Found in Love
Saturday, December 2, 7:00 PM
TBA Sanctuary
Cost: $15 general admission, $10 for students and seniors
Tales Of The Alchemysts Theatre present “Lost and Found in Love,” three stories with live music by Nobel Laureate Isaac Bashevis Singer (“The Pocket Remembered“, “Grandfather and Grandson”, and “One Night In Brazil"). These stories take us from 18th century Eastern Europe to the 1905 revolution in Russia to a post WWII backyard jungle in Brazil. Politics, Jewish society, religion, sex, and dybbuks all have their place in these fascinating journeys by a master storyteller.

Directed by Laura Ferri with David S. Klein, Shellie Shulkin, and David Bestock. Live music by Carl Shutoff. Show includes a light nosh during intermission and a post-performance discussion. Tickets available through Brown Paper Tickets.

Romanian Jewish Music from the Holocaust
Sunday, March 18, 2018, 2:00 PM
An afternoon of Romanian Jewish Music from the Holocaust in partnership with the American Romanian Cultural Society. This performance is free.

Spring Play

Wholesale dress graphicSeattle Jewish Theater Company's "I Can Get It for You Wholesale"
Sunday, April 22, 2018, 2:00 PM
University Prep Theater
Directed by Art Feinglass and sponsored by Temple Beth Am and Congregation Beth Shalom. Tickets will be available at Brown Paper Tickets starting in February 2018.

Members and friends of Temple Beth Am are invited to audition for roles in the Seattle Jewish Theater Company’s spring production of the classic Broadway musical “I Can Get It For You Wholesale.” This classic Jewish musical, set in New York’s garment district in 1937, was a hit on Broadway in 1962, running 300 performances, and launched the careers of Elliott Gould and Barbra Streisand.