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THE DYBBUK
A young bride in a Polish shtetl is possessed by the spirit of her dead beloved in this Yiddish classic rooted in Jewish folklore. The Seattle Jewish Theater Company (SJTC) presents this tale of love caught between two worlds and a community dealing with mysterious, otherworldly forces. Performed in English and directed by SJTC Artistic Director Art Feinglass

Performance Schedule
April 9, 2 pm, Shalom Club at Trilogy, Redmond. Performance for residents.
April 15, 7:30 pm, Kenyon Hall, West Seattle. Tickets.
April 23, 2 pm, Stroum Jewish Community Center. Tickets.
April 30, 2 pm. Seattle Central Library, Microsoft Auditorium, Free.
May 6, 3 pm, Temple B'nai Torah. Free.
#NW ISRAEL FEST
@NWIsraelFest will be a celebration of all things Israel, featuring holiday observances, social gatherings, cultural events, and more.
April 22-May 7, various venues.
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THE JOURNEY THAT SAVED CURIOUS GEORGE
Exhibit tells the incredible journey made by Curious George creators Margret and H.A. Rey to escape the Nazi invasion of Paris in 1940. Watercolor paintings commissioned by artist Allen Drummond depict the flight of Margret and H.A. Rey from Nazi-occupied Europe.
Through May 24, Holocaust Center for Humanity
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