“Somewhere Very Far Away: Stories from Honey On The Page” ,
Edited and Translated by Miriam Udel
Isaac Lichtenstein, illustrator, A moid mit a Tzepel Faruch an epl, by H. Gold 1941
Adapted and Directed by Laura Ferri
Cast: Maia Brown, Laura Ferri, David S. Klein, Isaac Levin-Delson, & Shellie Shulkin
Musicians: Carl Shutoff & Laurie Andres of The Kesselgarden Klezmer Duo; Stefanie Brendler, Maia Brown, & Hannah Hamavid of Brivele
Sound Design and Audio Engineering by Robertson Witmer
This heartwarming and humorous production features material from Miriam Udel’s delightful treasury of Yiddish Children’s Literature along with spirited music from The Kesselgarden Klezmer Duo and Brivele and enchanting sound design by Robertson Witmer. The presentation includes the following stories and poems that journey from the Old World to the New: “Where Stories Come From,” “A Sabbath in the Forest,” “A Boy and His Samovar,” “A Deal is a Deal,” “The Teacher,” and “That’s Shprintse!” from An Unusual Girl from Brooklyn. This audio celebration is perfect for families and friends to enjoy together and for individuals seeking joyful voices from a time as complex as our own!
Notes from Somewhere by Miriam Udel
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Performed by Special Arrangement with Susan Schulman Literary Agency 454 West 44th St. New York, N.Y. 10036
Funding for Tales of the Alchemysts Theatre was made possible, in part, by a grant from The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle.