December 15, 2020
Shtisel, the hit Netflix show about a fictional Haredi family living in Jerusalem. While the drama centers around the black-hatted ultra-Orthodox community, the themes are universal.
Join us for a recorded conversation between international actress Ayelet Zurer, who plays Elisheva in the series, and renowned educator Layah Lipsker, highlighting the appeal, authenticity, and meaning of the show.
This one-hour video was originally presented by the Friends of Jordan River Village, a year-round camp for children with disabilities, located in the Lower Galilee region of Israel.
Tuesday, December 15, 7:30 PM via Zoom.
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Free & Open to the Public
Register by December 13 | 609-443-4454
Ayelet Zurer is one of Israel’s most acclaimed actresses. She was born in Tel Aviv, and first garnered the attention of Hollywood when she was cast by Steven Spielberg in her first English-speaking role, as Eric Bana’s character’s wife in the Oscar nominated film Munich.
Layah Kranz Lipsker is a Boston-based Jewish educator and spiritual coach. For three decades, Layah has been sharing Jewish wisdom through engaging text study in Biblical literature and Midrash, through the lens of Kaballah.
Meeting ID: 897 003 3588