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We All Fall Down : A Conversation with Lynne Krasker Schultz

2/8/2020 South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA
2:00pm

After the 2pm matinee on February 8 of We All Fall Down, stay for a post-show conversation with Director of Communications and Community Outreach at The Vilna Shul, Lynne Krasker Schultz.

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Lynne Krasker Schultz has worked within the Jewish Community of Greater Boston for over 15 years. She has served as the Director of Public Programming and Community Outreach at the Vilna Shul, Boston's Center for Jewish Culture since 2015. The Vilna is a cultural center located in Beacon Hill that celebrates Jewish culture and its intersection with other cultures in the only immigrant-era synagogue building still in existence in downtown Boston. Prior to joining the Vilna staff, she was a consultant with CJP (Combined Jewish Philanthropies) on their Families with Young Children North Shore initiative. She served as Director of Development at Stoneham Theatre and Founder/Director of Prism, the young adult initiative of the New Center for Arts and Culture (now JArts). She holds a B.A. in Political Science and a B.S. in Public Relations from Boston University and currently resides on the North Shore with her husband and two children.  

We All Fall Down

by Lila Rose Kaplan | Directed by Melia Bensussen
Extended by popular demand | Jan. 10 – Feb. 16, 2020
Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA, 527 Tremont St.

Linda and Saul Stein still live in the Westchester home where they raised their two beautiful daughters. But when Saul unexpectedly retires, Linda summons the family to celebrate Passover for the first time in decades. Linda tends slightly toward the theatrical (okay, a lot), and their family has never been particularly religious (okay, not at all). So their comic attempts to bring the Seder to life go from riotous to heartwrenching in this play from Huntington Playwriting Fellow and Somerville resident Lila Rose Kaplan, directed by Obie Award winner Melia Bensussen. Can this family come together, or will an age-old tradition tear them apart?

Approximate run time: We All Fall Down plays in approximately 1 hour and 35 minutes with no intermission.



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