Global Jewish Voices

Presented by Global Voices Theatre in association with Asylum Arts
Curated by Victor Esses

Global Jewish Voices is an afternoon of excerpt readings of international plays by Jewish playwrights from around the world.

Curated by theatre and performance maker Victor Esses, the selected works are:

  • The Kahena, Berber Queen by Berthe Bénichou-Aboulker (Algeria), translated from French by Jessica Benhamou
  • Papa’gina by Hanna Vazana Grunwald (Israel), translated from Hebrew by Sivan Battat
  • Heartlines by Sarah Waisvisz (Canada)
  • Extinct by Philip Arditti (Turkey/UK)
  • A People by L M Feldman (USA)

The readings will be followed by a panel discussion about the works featured and the common themes unearthed. Cast, directors, and special guests to be announced soon.

Supported by Asylum Arts and Arts Council England.
This is a past event


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