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Saturday, November 4

5:00 PM Hanna and the Moonlit Dress 
8:00 PM Film: Fanny's Journey 

5:00 PM | Dinner & a Show with Shabbatify

Hanna and the Moonlit Dress

Public Performance of Hanna and the Moonlit Dress
Saturday, Nov 4 | 5:00 PM | Arrive at 4:30 PM for pre-show art project

Post-Show Havdalah & FREE Pizza Dinner

  • Pre-Show Craft Creating Hanna's Moonlit Journey
  • Fantastic Show
  • Havdalah & FREE Pizza Dinner

Based on The Israeli Classic Hanna’s Sabbath’s Dress by Itzhak Schweiger-Dmi’el
Adapted for the Stage by Ronit Muszkatblit and Yoav Gal I Directed by Ronit Muszkatblit
Recommended for ages 2-8

Join Hanna and her friends, including Edna the cow, Zuzzi the dog, the Coalman and the Moon, in a fantastical, immersive musical theater experience. Children will help to create Hanna’s enchanted world by crafting set pieces with the actors prior to the performance. Hanna and the Moonlit Dress has been incubated by The Theater at the 14th Street Y. Hanna and the Moonlit Dress received its World Premiere at the 14th Street Y in 2016.

This event is in partnership with the Ann and Stephen Kaufman Jewish Book & Arts Festival and Oliver Lapin Family Day.

Shabbatify brings together elementary school families for meaningful and fun-filled Shabbat and Sunday afternoons.

Ages 3 and Up per person I $8 Member I $12 Public
Families of 5 or more per person I  $7 Member I $11 Public 

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8:00 PM | FILM

Fanny’s Journey

Shirley and Bill Morgan Family Holocaust Memorial Fund

Directed by Lola Doillon
France/Belgium, 2016, 94 min
French with English Subtitles, Drama

Audience Choice Winner Runner Up from the 2017 Houston Jewish Film Festival, Fanny’s Journey is a remarkable true story about a 13-year-old girl, who must fearlessly lead her sisters and a band of Jewish orphans through the countryside of Nazi-occupied France to find freedom on the Swiss border.

Fanny’s bravery and strength give her the resourcefulness to protect her peers along the challenging mission. Directed by Lola Doillon, this suspenseful coming-of-age drama is based on an autobiographical novel by Fanny Ben-Ami. 

$10 Member | $15 Public

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