Multi-generational 2nd Night Seder
Date(s) - Apr 15, 2014
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
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Tuesday, April 15 at 5:30pm at Temple Sholom
Everyone is invited to attend a special 2nd Night Passover Seder at Temple Sholom. Led by Rabbi Moskovitz, Rabbi Brown and song leader Josh Neihaus, with activities for all ages followed by a delicious Passover meal catered by Temple Sholom member, Robin Pawer.
Our special guest this year is renowned performer Frank Levy, who will be sharing sparkling, interactive educational programs with both our Temple Religious School and our Second Night Seder. Join us for this profoundly meaningful ceremony as we share laughter, lessons and the breaking of bread (really flat, crunchy bread) as one Jewish Family.
$28 Adult (Member)
$36 Adult (Non-Member)
$12 Children (Aged 1 to 9)
Please RSVP by April 7 on-line or to the Office: 604.266.7190 or email@example.com
Please note: No reservations will be taken after April 7.
Bio: Frank Levy is a 30 year veteran teacher of writing, speech and dramatics from elementary school through university level, as well as a state certified evaluator for talented theater. He has performed his one-man interactive shows across the United States, Canada and in eight tours of Australia, beginning with an appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show in New York when he was eighteen. Frank has toured schools, synagogues, corporate gatherings, community centers, churches, and festivals with a wide variety of programs for audiences of all ages, including successful interactive theater projects, workshops, and performances. He has special training in working with large groups who have Post Traumatic Stress and uses his interactive theater techniques to deliver healing wrapped in entertainment. Frank has gained recognition from the Red Cross for interactive performances he has provided at dozens of shelters after Hurricane Katrina and again for Hurricanes Rita, Gustave, Ike and Isaac. Frank has also taught theater at Southeastern Louisiana University, Media Arts at Tulane University and recently performed in a highly acclaimed production of Eugene O’Neill’s The Iceman Cometh at the Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans. He is a founding member as well as currently on the board of directors of his synagogue, Northshore Jewish Congregation, in Mandeville, Louisiana.
Bookings are closed for this event.