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Literary & Performing Arts

On Stage at the Robert Russell Theater in the Sablotsky Cultural Arts Center 

Most Literary and Performing Arts programs at the Alper JCC take place in the Robert Russell Theater. Our annual schedule includes a wide variety of authors, comedians, lecturers, musicians, theatrical productions and movie presentations. Please contact 305-271-9000, x268 or asantana@alperjcc.org for tickets and additional information.

Click Here for the Russell Theater Seating Chart.

For information about Miami Children's Theater click here for their official website with upcoming shows and information.

 

Thursday, March 16, 2017 • 7:30pm
A Book in Concert 
Linda Kass, Tasa’s Song & Carpe Diem String Quartet
Russell Theater at the Alper JCC

A Book in Concert is a synergistic program of words and music with author Linda Kass and the boundary-breaking ensemble, Carpe Diem String Quartet. This unique event features Kass interspersing readings from her novel Tasa’s Song, with original musical compositions based on the book. Set during WWII, the book is inspired by true events and follows a young Jewish girl who dreams of becoming a world-renowned violinist. Carpe Diem String Quartet has earned widespread critical acclaim for its innovative programs. The ensemble recently appeared at Carnegie Hall.

Co-sponsored by: ISRAEL, ROSE, HENRY AND ROBERT WIENER CHARITABLE FOUNDATION, INC. IN MEMORY OF HERMINE WIENER

Tickets: $18 includes author presentation, concert and refreshments

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The Holocaust Impact Theater is a unique theater project that engages local high school students to write, produce, direct and perform their original script. Now in its thirteenth year, and finally returning home to the JCC's Russell Theater Stage, this year's production of "Generations" will be performed on March 15, 17 & 18 at 7 pm. The show uses The Holocaust as the foundation of social hate, and reflects on current social injustices, bullying, stereotyping and intolerances while encouraging acceptance, tolerance and understanding. Tickets available online or at the door.

For further information, contact Ruth Gordon at 305.253.5867

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS

 

 

Alper JCC 21st Annual Special Needs Fundraiser
Saturday, March 25, 2017 at 7 pm
“Cirque at the JCC”
Futernick Family Gymnasium

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESENTING

- Interactive performances that promise to reach new heights!
- Delicious dinner and dessert buffet stations.  Catering By Les
- Fabulous Silent Auction items

An Evening not to be missed!
Benefitting The Shirley and Chester Paul Special Needs program

This year we are honoring Carol and David Stiefel

Rainbow Circus,  a professional troupe of ”Cirque” style entertainers have travelled throughout the world  with “Cirque de Soleil” , Ringling Brothers  and many more.  They will delight you with interactive performances including aerial artists, contortionists, jugglers, giant magicians, stilt walkers, flying champagne Fairies and Pierrot Mime throughout the evening and in a spectacular presentation.   

Tickets
General Admission $90 per person or $100 after March 15, 2017 / Patron $125

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Sponsorships
Starting at $360 includes tickets to the event and much more

RSVP / MORE INFORMATION/ SPONSORSHIPS/ DONATIONS
Contact Marsha Botkin, Event Coordinator at 305-271-9000 ext. 272 or email specialneedsevent@alperjcc.org



The Holocaust Impact Theater is a unique theater project that engages local high school students to write, produce, direct and perform their original script. Now in its thirteenth year, and finally returning home to the JCC's Russell Theater Stage, this year's production of "Generations" will be performed on March 15, 17 & 18 at 7 pm. The show uses The Holocaust as the foundation of social hate, and reflects on current social injustices, bullying, stereotyping and intolerances while encouraging acceptance, tolerance and understanding.

For further information, contact Ruth Gordon at 305.253.5867

 

 

 

 

                                    

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