The World Premiere of a New Zoom Play Korone un der nayer “normal” (Corona and the New “Normal”)

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Coming up this Sunday! We are excited to announce the world premiere of a brand new experimental Zoom play Korone un der nayer “normal” (Corona and the New “Normal”). The one-act play is inspired by Leah K. Hofman’s 1930’s Kraft (Power). The play will be performed in Yiddish. English translation will be available. Let’s rejuvenate Yiddish theater!

When: this Sunday, August 30th, at 1 p.m. PDT (4 p.m. EDT, 9 p.m. in the U.K., 10 p.m. in most of Europe, 11 p.m. in Israel)
Price: $8 per ticket
Questions? Write to [email protected]
This program is done in collaboration with Yugntruf – Youth for Yiddish.

Performers:
Stephen Olgin as Corona
Pam Singer as Internet
Sasha Hofman as Essential Worker
Elena Luchina as Madame Netflix
Susanne Katchko as Facebook
German Alonso as Twitter 
Tanja Yakovleva as Instagram
Jana Mazurkiewicz Meisarosh as Baby Tiktok

This Thursday, August 27th, at 11 a.m. PDT, Reb Noyekh will continue teaching us Yiddish sexual vocabulary: https://yaaana.com/2020/05/18/yaaana-reading-club/

Sheva Zucker’s new class series Poets of Pain and Passion: Kadya Molodowsky and Anna Margolin starts on September 9th: https://yaaana.com/2020/08/27/poets-of-pain-and-passion/

Feel free to check out our Yiddish classes on different levels:

https://yaaana.com/current-upcoming-classes/, Yiddish reading circles on different levels: https://yaaana.com/2020/05/18/yaaana-reading-club/, and Yiddish Yoga with English translation: https://yaaana.com/2020/06/24/yiddish-yoga/

We are still looking for volunteers who can help us with YAAANA’s administrative tasks starting in September. YAAANA volunteers and interns get free access to all YAAANA activities. 

If you want to save money on Paypal fees, Eventbrite, or Eventbee fees, send us a check! If you are interested in that payment option, please email [email protected].

Enjoy our Yiddish educational offer! 
The YAAANA team
www.yaaana.org

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YAAANA

Yiddish is the historical language of the Ashkenazi Jews. In its 1,000-plus-year history, the Yiddish language has been called many things, including the tender name “Mameloshn” (Mother Tongue).

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