From Broadway to Boulder!

Broadway comes to Boulder at Congregation Nevei Kodesh, Boulder’s vibrant Jewish Renewal community, at our annual FUN-draiser, Sunday, May 5.

Amy Feinberg

Now in its fifth year, the evening features a sumptuous catered dinner and an auction followed by a live show.

Each year members of the Nevei Kodesh community, along with local performers, come together to create an entirely new production based on both contemporary and classic Broadway numbers, with themes relevant to our times.

The production is directed by Broadway professional Amy Feinberg, who brings over twenty years of experience directing productions around the country.  The cast showcases over two dozen individuals, ranging in age from 13-70, with both amateur and professional performers.

The show highlights three major themes – the reality of mental illness (both from darkly comic, and more poignant perspectives), times of day from morning through to night, and modern family relationships.  The playbill includes 20 numbers, some from newer musicals on Broadway (Come From Away, Waitress, Dear Evan Hansen), and some from classics (such as Pippin, Chicago, Company and Phantom of the Opera). You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll kvell!

Tickets, which include both dinner, auction and the full show, start at $36 for general admission, with higher levels for front section seats.  Bid in the auction for opportunities to Safari in Africa, ride a hot air balloon, or join NK’s rabbis at an intimate dinner-party setting.

This entertaining evening also includes an online auction – with healing sessions, restaurant gift certificates, jewelry and more – and bidding is already open.  The event as a whole is the most important fundraiser of the Nevei Kodesh year, and together we aim to raise over $100,000.

Time: Sunday, May 5, 5:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Location:  Nevei Kodesh, 1925 Glenwood Drive, Boulder, CO 80304

For ticket sales and auction information, click here.


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