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Arlekino @ Generation R 4-6 Years
Now in its third-year of residency at the JCC in Manhattan, Arlekino Theater Troupe cultivates interest in the arts in Russian-speaking Jewish children ages 4-6, while instilling an appreciation for their Jewish heritage. This 2-hour program nurtures children's self expression, inquiry, and exploration, and promotes Russian language development. The program includes inludes dramatic play, dance, music, storytelling, and art workshops, inspiring young children through interactive interpretations of Jewish folktales, courtesy of the PJ Library. The program culminates in an original, multidisciplinary performance piece by the program's participants. Taught in Russian by experienced early childhood educators and performing and fine-arts specialists. For more information, contact Jane Tuv at jtuv@jccmanhattan.org. Generation R programs are generously supported by Genesis Philanthropy Group. (more)REGISTER
family life > russian-language programs
Sat, Oct 11 - May 9
fall
3pm4 - 6weekly
Gelty Conscience Casino: An Original Generation R/ RJeneration Collaboration
Generation R and RJeneration bring you a night of games, gelt, drinks, live jazz, latkes, and candles. Celebrate Chanukah in our 1920s NYC Speakeasy, mingle in the dark, dance to the sound of jazz, and try your luck at the dreidel tables. Generation R and RJeneration Programs are generously supported by Genesis Philanthropy Group (more)REGISTER
adults > generation r > programs & events for adults
Thu, Dec 18
fall
7:30pm once
The Polgar Variant
The extraordinary story of three Hungarian-Jewish sisters who were raised to be chess masters in Communist Budapest of the 1970s. Their father, driven by his educational vision, determined their destiny before they were even born. László Polgár believed that "Geniuses are made, not born," and he set out to prove it. The canvas he chose was his three daughters; The medium—chess. The girls were home-schooled and devoted their time to studying and practicing chess—with surprising and remarkable results. Dir. Yossi Aviram (2014, Israel, 68 min) (more)REGISTER
arts + ideas > film
Thu, Feb 19
winter
7pm once
5:30am
10:30pm
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