Saturday, March 3 – Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Join us for a tapestry of song, dance, and monologue highlighting the fertility challenges of people in the New York Jewish community. Artistically developed by Uprooted and the In[heir]itance Project, with support from UJA-Federation of New York, and drawing on true stories shared by community members in one-on-one discussions and open salons, TRYmester explores the many twists and turns that can occur on the journey toward family. Come increase awareness and sensitivity toward this topic by experiencing the cycles of emotions that arise while facing fertility challenges in the Jewish community. And hear about new community-based supports.
Each performance is approximately an hour long.
Tickets are $18
Saturday, March 3, 2018, 8:00 pm
Barry and Florence Friedberg Jewish Community Center
15 Neil Court, Oceanside, New York
Register for the Saturday night performance.
Sunday, March 4, 2018, 7:00 pm
Harold and Elaine Shames JCC on the Hudson
371 S. Broadway, Tarrytown, New York
Register for the Sunday night performance.
Wednesday, March 7, 2018, 7:30 pm
334 Amsterdam Ave (at 76th Street), New York City
Register for the Wednesday night performance.
Questions? Please contact Shana Bloom at 212.836.1736 or email@example.com.
Trymester Performance Team
Director: Chantal Pavageaux
Co-creators: Naomi Less, Dalia Davis, Jon Adam Ross, and Glenn Grossman
Book: Jon Adam Ross
Project Manager: Ariel Warmflash
Stage/Production Manager Zija Lubin-West
Performers: Shawn Shafner, Jessey Dylan, Kayla Starr Bryan, and Naomi Less
Choreographer: Dalia Davis
Original Music: Naomi Less and Glenn Grossman
Poetry: Elana Bell and Vanessa Hidary
Musician: Beth Styles
Special thanks to these community organizations for making the performance possible:
UJA Federation New York, Uprooted, In[heir]itance Project, Barry and Florence Friedberg Jewish Community, Harold and Elaine Shames JCC on the Hudson, JCC Manhattan, Jewish Board for Family and Children Services, Lab/Shul Marion & Aaron Gural JCC, Mid-Island Y Jewish Community Center, The SAJ (Society for the Advancement of Judaism), Westchester Jewish Community Services