INVITES YOU TO A SABBATH MORNING BRUNCH & LECTURE
Unlike most discussions of Fiddler on the Roof, this presentation will turn the spotlight on women—the female characters in Sholem Aleichem’s Tevye stories and the women in Solomon Rabinowitz’s personal life.
Solomon Rabinowitz loved women—especially his wife Olga and their many daughters—and Huttner contends it was this love that enabled the writer known as “Sholem Aleichem” to create all the memorable female characters we know today.
When: Saturday, Nov 9, 2013
Where: Temple Beth Emeth @ 83 Marlborough Road (Marlborough & Church)
Brunch 10:00 am – Lecture 10:30 am (Shabbat Services to follow at 11:15 am)
Temple and Sisterhood Members – $5.00/Non-Temple Members – $10.00
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Jan Lisa Huttner, a new member of Temple Beth Emeth, has been doing research on Fiddler on the Roof for over a decade. Jan has lectured widely on Fiddler on the Roof for multiple Congregations, Hadassah groups and Limmud weekends in Metro Chicago, and has given five annual lectures on Fiddler on the Roof (from 2009 through 2013) as part of the Chicago YIVO Society’s Summer Festival of Yiddish Culture.
Top Photo: Jan lecturing at KAM Isaiah in Chicago on 3/11/12. (Photo Credit: Richard Bayard Miller)