25 QUESTIONS FOR A JEWISH MOTHER FACT SHEET


WRITTEN BY: Kate Moira Ryan and Judy Gold
PERFORMED BY: Judy Gold
DIRECTED BY: Karen Kohlhaas
ORIGINAL PRODUCTION SCENIC DESIGNER: Louisa Thompson
ORIGINAL PRODUCTION LIGHTING DESIGNER: Jennifer Tipton
ORIGINAL PRODUCTION SOUND DESIGNER: Jorge Muelle
LIGHTING ADAPTER: Martha Mountain
SOUND CONSULTANT: Matt Otto
PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER: Kate Kilbane
ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER: Karen Currie

PRESS NIGHT: Sunday, January 27, 2008 at 7:30 pm

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE: January 23–February 24, 2008
$25 Sunday Night Special! Every Sunday night at 7:30 pm
Pay-What-You-Can Performances: Wednesday, January 23 and Thursday, January 24 at 7:30 pm
Regular Performance Schedule: Wednesday and Thursday at 7:30 pm, Saturday at 8:00 pm, Sunday at 3:00 pm and 7:30 pm
Special Matinees: Wednesday, February 6, Wednesday, February 13, and February 20 at Noon

LOCATION: Aaron & Cecile Goldman Theater at the Washington DC Jewish Community Center at
1529 16th Street NW in Washington, DC, 4 blocks east of Dupont Circle.

PARKING & METRO:  Discounted parking available at Colonial Parking, 1616 P Street NW ($4 when validated at the J’s front desk); Limited $5 parking in the Washington DCJCC lot; Limited street parking. Dupont Circle Station RED line.

TICKETS:  $15-$50. Box Office Tickets (800) 494-TIXS or www.boxofficetickets.com.
For groups of 10+ call (202) 777-3214 or email hannahh@washingtondcjcc.org
Tickets for patrons under 25 (limited number): $15 at door/$20 online 

Theater J is handicapped accessible and offers listening assisted devices for interested patrons.   
High resolution digital images are available upon request. More information about this production is available at  (202) 777-3230 or www.theaterj.org.

Theater J produces thought-provoking, publicly engaged, personal, passionate and entertaining plays and musicals that celebrate the distinctive urban voice and social vision that are part of the Jewish cultural legacy. Acclaimed as one of the nation's premiere playwrights theaters, Theater J presents cutting edge contemporary work alongside spirited revivals and is a nurturing home for the development and production of new work by major writers and emerging artists exploring many of the pressing moral and political issues of our time. Dedicated above all to a pursuit of artistic excellence, Theater J takes its dialogues beyond the stage, offering an array of innovative public discussion forums and outreach programs which explore the theatrical, psychological and social elements of our art. We frequently partner with those of other faiths and communities, stressing the importance of interchange among a great variety of people wishing to take part in frank, humane conversations about conflict and culture.
 

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