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How Now, Red Cow?
Free Interactive Theater with Storahtelling at the 14th Street Y for Families & Kids of All Ages
Don’t miss this season’s last FREE Storahtelling event at The 14th Street Y! Join Storahtelling Mavens Shawn Shafner, Emily Warshaw and Justin Wedes for this toe-tapping, moo-sical tale of a Jewish cowboy, a magical cow, and an ancient lesson about saying goodbye. Also featuring StorahSteps, a breakaway program for ages 2-5 that means big fun for your little ones!
Storahtelling’s mission is to bring ancient Jewish texts and traditions to modern audiences through theater, new media and the arts.
How Now, Red Cow?
The 14th Street Y
344 East 14th Street (Between 1st & 2nd Avenues)
New York, NY 10003
Saturday, June 12th, 2010
Dual programming for 2-5 yrs, and ages 6+
L to 1st Avenue; 4, 5, 6, Q, N, R, or W trains to Union Square
Storahtelling makes ancient stories and traditions accessible for new generations, advancing Judaic literacy and raising social consciousness. Founded by Amichai Lau-Lavie in 1999, Storahtelling has grown into an international network of educators and artists, invigorating Jewish identity through leadership training programs and performances for multigenerational audiences worldwide. Storahtelling has been identified as a "trailblazer of the Jewish World" (B'nai B'rith Magazine), inspiring "reverence and relevance" (The Washington Post) and hailed by Time Out NY as "Super Stars of David."
About The 14th Street Y
The newly renovated 14th Street Y provides Manhattan’s East Village residents with a variety of community programs including a Fitness Center, Aquatics Program, a Preschool, Baby & Toddler classes, After School programs, Sports Leagues and Arts & Culture events. The Y is part of The Educational Alliance, a non-profit Jewish agency that serves people of all ages from every ethnic, religious, and socio-economic background. The Y is located at 344 East 14th Street, between 1st and 2nd Avenues.
Image courtesy of JewishJournal.com.