Denial - Lakeside - Chicago



Denial - Lakeside - Chicago
Lakeside Congregation for Reform Judaism
and Continuum Theater Present
A play by Peter Sagal
Featured by the Chicago Jewish Play Reading Festival
2016 which, is a series of contemporary Jewish plays
read by professional actors in different locations
around the Chicago area.
Saturday, April 2
Lakeside Congregation
1221 Lake Cook Rd. (aka County Line Rd.)
Highland Park, IL 60035
Check in: 6:30 / Performance: 7:00
Tickets: $18 / $10 for students (13-18yrs)
The Chicago
Jewish Play
Reading Festival
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Lawyer Abigail Gersten defends the 1st amendment right
to free speech. Her new client, Professor Bernard Cooper, is
a Holocaust denier. As relevant today as it was when first
written, this play asks the question in Abigail’s own words:
“...if I had to make a stand, if I had to make a choice between
what was easy and what was right, what would I do?”
A discussion and light refreshments follow the play reading.
Produced by special arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING
COMPANY of Woodstock, Illinois.
This presentation is spearheaded and hosted by:
Lakeside Congregation for Reform Judaism and these
community partners:
Continuum Theater’s 2016 season is supported by Har-Shalom, JCC
Chicago, Congregation Solel, Lakeside Congregation for Reform Judaism,
Sonia Marschak, donors like you and the organizations below.
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is to support Jewish learning, community and cultural continuity.
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