Reflections on Antisemitism and the Cautionary Tale of Cabaret

Join a discussion with Jewish thought leaders on the relevance of art and theater in promoting understanding and combating antisemitism. There will be a 10:00 a.m. coffee and bagel reception in the Boyd-Quinson Stage Lobby. The Panel discussion begins at 10:45 a.m. in the theatre.

This partnership with the Jewish Federation of the Berkshires will feature a panel including Alan Paul (BSC Artistic Director), Dr. Barbara Waldinger (Ph.D. Theatre, CUNY Graduate Center) and Dr. Roselle Chartock (author and artist, Professor Emerita of Education), moderated by Jeffrey Robbins (former US Delegate to the UN Human Rights Commission). Event Chairs are Rhoda Levitt, Hope Silverman, Zelda Schwebel.

This free program is a collaboration of Jewish Federation of the Berkshires and Barrington Stage Company funded in part by a generous grant from the Harold Grinspoon Foundation.

Masks are optional.

Thursday, June 29

10:00 AMReflections on Antisemitism and the Cautionary Tale of Cabaret

Reception at 10:00am
Panel begins at 10:45am

Location Information

  • Boyd-Quinson Stage
  • 30 Union St, Pittsfield, MA, 01201 US

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