You're invited to a facilitated book club-style discussion of the play, "The Immigrant," led by the Education Director of the George Street Playhouse
Sunday, March 3, 10AM
at the home of Debbie Friedman, East Brunswick
Monday, March 4, 7PM
at the home of Mindy Wiser-Estin, Ocean
Free event, light refreshments served
Address will be sent to you after registration
About "The Immigrant"
Russian-Jewish emigre Haskell Harelik arrives at the port of Galveston, Texas, in
1909 seeking refuge from his homeland. With only his banana cart in tow, Haskell
finds compassion and friendship from an unlikely couple, falls in love,
and creates a pastoral life for his family.
George Street Playhouse will stage a production of "The Immigrant" March 12 - April 7
The Federation is offering an exclusive performance and talk back of "The Immigrant" Sunday, March 17, to Women's Philanthropy Pomegranates, women who give $1800 or more annually, and Lions of Judah, those who give $5000 or more annually.
Sponsor: Jewish Federation Women's Philanthropy