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BamatMabat presents "Doubt, a Parable"

It’s time to get your tickets for BamatMabat’s newest show. BamatMabat – the experimental Jerusalem theater company founded this year by Talia Weiss and my good friend DeDe — will be presenting “Doubt, a Parable” early next month. You’ll want to act fast, considering how many of their past shows (including the one-page play festival “Teudat Zehut”, and Eve Ensler’s “A Memory, a Monologue, a Rant and a Prayer”) have sold out…

BamatMabat Theater Company invites you to come see “Doubt, a Parable,” a brilliant and powerful drama in which a Catholic school principal takes matters into her own hands when she suspects a young priest of improper relations with one of the male students.

The Pulitzer and Tony-award winning play deals with themes of conviction vs. uncertainty in exploring how a religious community deals with clergy abuse.
Starring  Erin Maidan Greenberg, Shimshon Stu Siegel, Shira Katz and Rachel Beitsch.
Directed by  DeDe Jacobs Komisar and Jose Portuondo.
Dates and times:
Tuesday June 3, 8 pm
Thursday June 5, 8 pm
Tuesday June 10, 8 pm
Thursday June 12, 8 pm

Location: Kibbutz Ramat Rachel Auditorium

For tickets and information call 054-789-7144 or email [email protected]

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