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Theater: Two Jews Walk Into A War

Two Jews Walk Into A War

A CBT Group Outing to the Theater

CBT’s Adult Learning is going to the theater! Again! We are very excited to announce that we have reserved 20 tickets to Two Jews Walk Into a War, a new play coming to the New Repertory Theater at the Center for the Arts in Watertown. 

​Includes after-show Symposium & talk-back with the cast!

Date: Sunday, April 29

Time: 4:00pm

Location: New Repertory Theater, Watertown

Cost: $36 per person

Open to members and non-members alike!

To reserve tickets: Indicate how many tickets, and send a check for the total amount to:

Diane Judem
12 Colonial Drive
Framingham, MA  01701

Questions? email Diane Judem ([email protected])

What do you do if you’re the last two Jews in Afghanistan? You re-write the Torah, of course! Ishaq and Zeblyan are on a mission to save Judaism in Kabul by rebuilding their synagogue and keeping the faith alive, but only if they don’t kill each other first. Jeremiah Kissel (Fiddler on the Roof, Broken Glass, The King of Second Avenue) and Joel Colodner (Regular Singing, Freud’s Last Session, Imagining Madoff) star in this Vaudeville-inspired play, doing their best in a shtick-y situation.

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