Davita's Harp

By Chaim Potok


JTC transports you back in time to encounter a chapter of American history when our fundamental notions of politics, identity, nationalism, and even love erupted. This story is full of passion, imagination, ideas and heart. It will move you. And you will remember Davita long after you leave the theater.

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The Ministry of Special Cases

By Pulitzer-Prize nominated author Nathan Englander


Buenos Aires, Argentina 1976.

Kaddish, who defaces graves for a living, and his insurance clerk wife, Lillian, strive against the forces of inflation and political insecurity to provide a normal life for their obstinate teenage son. When the 'Dirty War' infiltrates their home, Kaddish and Lillian are forced into a search that will challenge their faith, their sanity, and their very union.

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A Pigeon & A Boy

by Meir Shalev


Tel Aviv, 2002. Jerusalem 1948.

A quest for home unites the stories of an Israeli tour guide who has lost his way and a war torn romance propelled by homing pigeons. A passionate tale of two loves that become one.

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