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    Trailer de la obra teatral " Las cosas del querer " dirigida por Albert Riballo. Con Rocío Quesada y Albert Riballo. Estrenada en el Teatre Kaddish en Abril del 2015. Contacto: cosasquerer@gmail.com

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    • Shloshim Limmud: A Mother's Recitation of Kaddish


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      A webinar commemorating the shloshim of Eyal Yifrach, Gilad Shaer and Naftali Frankel, three young men who were tragically murdered in an act of terrorism. "A Mother's Recitation of Mourner's Kaddish" To honor their memory, Rahel Berkovits will be conducting a source-based learning of the halakhot of a woman reciting kaddish.

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      • Kaddish For The Machine (ISADORA + TWITTER + MAX6)


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        Premier of the interactive performance "Kaddish For The Machine" "Dehumanization occurs when uniquely human characteristics (e.g. refinement, moral sensibility) are denied to an out group. This has happened with Black Americans in the United States, Jews during the Holocaust, and the Tutsi ethnic group during the Rwandan genocide." - Wikipedia, Article on "Dehumanization" This project is made possible through a grant by the BluePrint Fellowship project of COJECO, funded by the UJA-Federation of New York and Genesis Philanthropy Group.

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        • breach / disrupt


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          A video art piece by Valquire Veljkovic Premiere screening 18.10.13 @ "Twist in my sobriety" group art show, Berlin A circle of perpetually collapsing ice caves interferes with a ghostly second reality, a spiritual yawning, melting synapses. Performed by KADDISH, costume by Tata Christiane, Soundtrack by Valquire and Jan Philip Welchering

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          • "Kaddish" Trailer (version 2)


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            A play based off "Kaddish for an Unborn Child," the Nobel Prize winning book by Imre Kertész. Directed by Barbara Lanciers; Performed by Jake Goodman; Adapted by Barbara Lanciers and Jake Goodman. To learn more, visit: www.kaddishplay.com

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            • Kaddish for Lincoln


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              In the days following Lincoln’s assassination, Jews in many synagogues uttered the traditional kaddish prayer of mourning for him – a remarkable tribute to a non-Jewish leader. Renowned Lincoln scholar Harold Holzer explores the 16th president’s relations with Jews during the Civil War and Jews’ enduring fascination with Lincoln. This is a recording of an event co-presented by Yeshiva University Museum and the American Jewish historical society, held at the Center for Jewish History Monday, April 29, 2013. The program was part of the exhibition 'Passages through the Fire: Jews and the Civil War' on view at 15 West 16th Street in New York, through August 11, 2013. Learn more at yumuseum.tumblr.com/CivilWar About the Exhibition: In the midst of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, this exhibition offers a provocative and revealing perspective on the bloody conflict: The Jewish experience. The Civil War was a crucible for American Jews, laying the groundwork for their integration and Americanization on a large scale. It enabled the full participation of Jews in American life -- militarily, politically, economically and socially -- and set the stage for massive Jewish immigration decades later. In addition to telling this story, the exhibition also spotlights episodes that shook American history, including President Lincoln's reversal of an order by General Ulysses S. Grant which expelled Jews "as a class" from the massive Tennessee Territory after accusations of disloyalty. Passages through the Fire includes the largest and most comprehensive collection of materials relating to Jews and the Civil War assembled in the last 50 years. The core of the exhibition is the unmatched collection of Robert D. Marcus of Fairfax, VA, generally regarded as the world's most significant collection of Civil War Judaica. The exhibition also showcases dozens of magnificent documents and artifacts from museums, libraries and private collections across the United States, and features three exclusively created short films that offer contemporary perspective from leading historians and scholars.

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              • Dance Up Close :Talented Unlimited H.S. Students Learn Anna Sokolows "Kaddish" from Deborah Zall


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                The Dance Enthusiast captures of glimpse of behind the scenes dancing as young high school dancers meet the work of Anna Sokolow.

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                • The Challenge- High School Students from Talented Unlimited H.S. Rehearse Anna Sokolow's "Kaddish" with Master Deborah Zall


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                  The Dance Enthusiast captures of glimpse of behind the scenes dancing as young high school dancers meet the work of Anna Sokolow.

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                    Trailer for "A Kaddish for Bernie Madoff," Alicia Jo Rabins' one-woman chamber-rock opera about the intersection of mysticism and finance. Live excerpts from the premiere at Joe's Pub, NYC, November 2012 + interview footage with Alicia. www.aliciajo.com CREDITS Music, words and performance by Alicia Jo Rabins Director: Jessi D. Hill Musical director: Colette Alexander Cello: Colette Alexander Drums and percussion: David Freeman Electric guitar: Lily Maase Lighting: Jon Harper Sound: Charles Martinez Costume: Corrie Beth Hogg Movement consultant: Malinda Ray Allen Co-production with Mud/Bone Theatre Filming and editing: Mustafa Bhagat, Flicker Filmworks with additional footage filmed by Torsten Meyer and Anders Lund A Kaddish for Bernie Madoff was created with major support from the Six Points Fellowship, as well as Lower Manhattan Cultural Council and the Hudson Incubator. Alicia Jo Rabins is fiscally sponsored by New York Foundation for the Arts. www.aliciajo.com

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