The JTS Theater Project presents Knock Knock. Who's There?, a theatrical exploration of Passover through the ages.
Using music, movement, and Jewish texts, the students of The Jewish Theological Seminary have created an original piece of theater that explores one dark and scary night in Egypt, an unusal but beautiful ancient ritual in Jerusalem, and a typical night at an American seder table.
|Wednesday, April 7||8:00 p.m.||University of Maryland Hillel|
|Tuesday, April 13||8:00 p.m.||Rutgers University Hillel|
|Wednesday, April 28||7:30 p.m.||The Jewish Theological Seminary|
|Thursday, April 29||7:30 p.m.|
A $5.00 donation is requested at the door.
Jon Adam Ross, currently the theater-artist-in-residence at JTS, is a widely acclaimed Jewish theater artist. He has created original works in both the commercial and educational spheres. Holder of a BFA in Acting from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, Jon is currently on tour with his new solo show, God of Our Fathers, in which he plays all the members of a fictional Jewish family living through a generation of assimilation.
Jon is also a founding company member of Storahtelling and the Northwoods Ramah Theater Company. His acting roots stem from his long-term association with Camp Ramah in Wisconsin, where he serves as director of the performing arts.