Austin Jewish Repertory Theater's The Art of Remembering was "an Intimate, Honest and Moving Theatrical Experience"

Austin Jewish Repertory Theater's The Art of Remembering was "an Intimate, Honest and Moving Theatrical Experience"

Last month, AJRT's production of Adina L. Ruskin's The Art of Remembering was heralded by Austin Chronicle critic T. Lynn Mikeska as "an intimate, honest and moving theatrical experience." The 2016-17 season closer, starring Michelle Alexander, Sarah Viskovich and Sarah Zeringue, was directed by Adam Roberts with scenic design by Scott Ferguson and sound design by Jeff Miller. Many thanks to Ken Nordhauser Photography (kensfocus.com) for capturing what the Chronicle referred to as the production's "multimedia splendor!" ■

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​National Council of Jewish Women Features Refugee Services of Texas at September Luncheon

​National Council of Jewish Women Features Refugee Services of Texas at September Luncheon

Congregation Beth El Begins Chai Mitzvah Teen Program

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