Prepare for Passover with a Bibliodrama program led by Becky Price- Sunday April 2
March 15th, 2017 | General News
What better way to understand, analyze, and empathize with Biblical “characters” than by stepping into their shoes through Bibliodrama? Bring the stories of our ancestors to life by turning scripture into script in this dynamic new way to experience text study. Through the tools of theater and improvisation, we will fill in the gaps of the Haggadah’s Maggid narrative and consider new perspectives on how our favorite characters and objects experience the Passover story. We’ll discover ways to insert ourselves into the narrative and find opportunities to connect with the Jewish experience historically and in today’s world. Bibliodrama is accessible to all ages and experience levels.
Becky Price originally moved to Boston from the Chicago area to pursue a degree in Theatre Education at Emerson College. Since 2010 she has been teaching theatre and directing in Newton Public Schools and Cambridge Public Schools, as well as theatre electives in Jewish education settings including Prozdor’s Makor, Kesher, and Congregation Shir Tikva. She recently completed her Masters in Directing at Roosevelt University. Becky volunteers as a committee member for Hebrew College’s Eser, as a theatre rep for the Jewish Arts Collaborative, a Big Sister for JBBBS, and as a Birthright trip staffer. When not in the classroom or at the theatre, Becky is an avid crafter and cat lover.
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