(Courtesy of Black Box Studios) With The Black Box now in residence at Debonair Music Hall on Queen Anne Road, two events of special interest to the Jewish community – both to potential performers and audience members – are coming up at the end of November.
On Tuesday, November 28, Black Box and Liberty Arts brings an all-ages open mic night to Teaneck. Tickets for this fundraiser are $20 and are on sale now at www.blackboxpac.com. Sign ups begin at 7 p.m. and acts start soon after 7:30 p.m.. For further details and info, send email to [email protected].
On Wednesday, November 29 at 7:30 p.m.. a free reading of LIFE AFTER WARSAW: THE WORLD OF ISAAC BASHEVIS SINGER continues The Black Box’s exclusive “incubation” of the works of world-class writers and artists that began two years ago in Englewood. In association with the Singer Trust, Black Box mainstay and Teaneck-based writer/professor I.M. Gurin adapts numerous stories and biographical works of the Nobel laureate into a vibrant mosaic of Singer’s writings and experiences. Eight professional actors, under the direction of Black Box’s Artistic Director Matt Okin, begin the process of bringing this brand new play from New Jersey to Off-Broadway and beyond: www.blackboxpac.com for reservations.