Between the Threads

Accompanied by live violin, five young Jewish women explore modern Judaism in Between the Threads at HERE. Original photo by Grace Leigh.
You don’t have to be Jewish or identify as a woman to enjoy it, but it will certainly help if you’re both.

By Andrew Andrews

The performers are already on the stage when the house opens: five young, barefoot Jewish women dressed in baggy beige and white, sitting in chairs, engaged in small talk about Coachella and Game of Thrones.

Craft art hangs from the ceiling, like giant Ojibwe dreamcatchers made of branches, plastic flora and colorful shades of yarn.

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Andrew Andrews attended Between the Threads at HERE Dorothy B. Williams Theatre in New York on Friday, January 18, 2019 @ 7:00pm to write this review.

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