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As we travel around the country making plays, we invite the communities into our process. And we also invite them to tell the story of the work as it happens. This is a collection of reflections on our work from community members, clergy, collaborating artists, and our own team.

A Cold January Morning

A Cold January Morning

Jan 22, 2019

In the first half of 2019 The In[heir]itance Project will be collaborating with The Museum of Jewish Heritage to create a new piece of theatre based on the sacred text of testimonials from GIs in WWII. We had the first...

It’s The Perception, Stupid.

It’s The Perception, Stupid.

Jan 18, 2019

A We were lucky to partner with WhyArts? Inc to host a conversations with artists and educators from around Omaha during our visit in January. WhyArts? PR pro and radiant smiler, Teresa Gleason, generously wrote about her experience with us as...

A rabbi, a pastor, and a 12-year-old walk into an upper west side apartment…

A rabbi, a pastor, and a 12-year-old walk into an upper west side apartment…

Dec 16, 2018

Rabbi Emily Cohen is the Jewish Emergent Network Resident Rabbi at Lab/Shul and a self-proclaimed “Torah Nerd.” We were very lucky to have her join us for our New York text study of Exodus, before our trip to Omaha in...

Thoughts From an Old Woman Wearing Purple

Thoughts From an Old Woman Wearing Purple

Nov 11, 2018

On Monday Night November 5th we hosted an evening session called “Introduction to The In[HEIR]itance Project” at Beth El Synagogue in Omaha, NE. We had over 40 people attend to learn more about the project and hear how they can...

Embodied: Seance-Kabbalah-Sukkah, A Reflection

Embodied: Seance-Kabbalah-Sukkah, A Reflection

Oct 15, 2018

Our partnership in Detroit could not have gone any better – not only did we work with amazing artists, but we’ve gotten lucky enough to have one of them join our team! Meredith Deighton is going to be coming to...

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