How does a Jewish theater company draw upon Jewish history to wrestle artistically with universal human questions? How do they weave new narratives through the work of interpretation? Miriam Heller Stern, in recent work published as a chapter of the edited volume Portraits of Adult Jewish Learning: Making Meaning at Many Tables, addresses these questions and analyzes how the model of a creative company can be a powerful way of conceiving of adult Jewish learning.
Originally recorded: 12/10/21
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