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Handle With Care by Jason Odell Williams
presented with the generous support of Darrell Haile & Dr. L. Annette Alpert and Ken Heller


November 15th, 20th & 22nd at 7:30 pm
November 16th and 23rd at 3:00 pm

at the Rose Firebay of the Ivy Tech Waldron Arts Center
122 S. Walnut, Bloomington, IN

Tickets will be available at the BCT Box Office Wednesday, September 17th

When a beautiful young Israeli woman reluctantly travels with her grandmother to America, fate and hilarious circumstances bring together the young woman, who has little command of English, and a young American man with little command of romance. Is their inevitable love an accident...or destiny generations in the making?

 "A hilarious and heartwarming romantic comedy... which exudes gobs of comic energy and insight." - The New York Times

Published by Dramatists Play Services

Cast

Paula Gordon........................Edna

Carrie Fedor.......................Ayeltt

Brandon Wentz.....................Josh

TJ Tincher..............Terrence


Artistic Team

Director.............................Gerald Pauwels

Set Designer..................Chris Rhoton

Lighting Designer..........TBD

Costume Designer.........Judy Downey

Property Master.....................TBD

Sound Designer..............TBD

Technical Director....Jeff Stone

Stage Manager............Tiffany Lutz

 

 Sunday, November 2nd

The Jewish Theatre of Bloomington will be holding our annual fundraising event.  This year, the event will be an intimate dinner, musical program and sneak peak at a scene from Handle With Care hosted by the JTB Board of Directors. The musical program will feature vocalist Elizabeth Feranda accompanied by pianist Derek Maninfior.

If interested in attending, please contact Audrey Heller at hellera@indiana.edu


10th Year Anniversary Celebrations!

 2015 will mark the 10th year of the JTB accomplishing its' work of producing works that arise from or reflect the Jewish experience.  Keep an eye out as we plan our anniversary celebrations which will include staged readings and a fully staged production of a powerful and provocative new play.