"Elijah: An Adventure" is a new play about a Brooklyn Jew, written by an upcoming Jewish playwright, and directed by a noted Jewish director.

No Need to Wait for “Elijah”

The cast of “Elijah: An Adventure”

Join Menorah for LOCAL Theater’s production of “Elijah: An Adventure” and enjoy a $4 discount for Boulder JCC members at the Thursday, Sept 27th, 7:30 pm performance at the Dairy Center for the Arts. There will be a talkback that evening following the performance.

Directed by Pesha Rudnick and written by Michael Mitnick, the play runs September 21 through October 7.

Elijah: An Adventure” is about a young Brooklyn Jew who travels to Paris in 1922 to seek the mentorship of a famous piano composer, and becomes an accidental Don Juan in the process.  Michael Mitnick is currently writing the book for the Broadway-bound musical, “Animal House,” featuring music from the Bare Naked Ladies. His commissioned work “Ed, downloaded” is being produced by the Denver Center Theatre Company in February 2013.

Pesha Rudnick is directing the off-Broadway production of “Emotional Creature,” by Eve Ensler (“The Vagina Monologues”) opening in November.

For tickets, call 303-444-7328. For information, visit www.localtheatercompany.org.

About Kathryn Bernheimer

Kathryn has spent her professional life writing about, teaching, and presenting the arts. Founding Director of the Boulder Jewish Film Festival, Kathryn was Director of Menorah and ACE at the Boulder JCC from 2003 through August, 2019. The former film and theater critic for the Boulder Daily Camera, Kathryn is the author of "The Fifty Greatest Jewish Movies" and "The Fifty Funniest Films of All Time." kathryn.bernheimer@gmail.com

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