The Lucky Jew of Poland – POSTPONED
Unfortunately, due to the fast changing, international situation, we have decided to postpone this event. If you would like to receive the rescheduled event date and time, once it is confirmed, please sign up to our newsletter at the bottom of this page.
In 2012, Canadian Jewish theatre artist, Michael Rubenfeld, proposed to his mother that they go to Poland together “for the first time” and see the country their family came from, and the places they had survived. This trip was to serve as research for a play they would make together. This “research” would ultimately turn into a much larger project, the outcome being that Michael now lives in Krakow, and became co-founder of an alternative Jewish arts festival. In this session Michael will share this journey and why he believes Poland is such an important contemporary space for the Jewish people.
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This event will be in: English 🇬🇧
Michael RubenfeldCo-Artistic Director
Michael Rubenfeld is a performance maker, cultural producer, playwright and actor, originally from Winnipeg, Canada and now residing in Krakow, Poland. Much of his performance work revolves around exploring contemporary Polish-Jewry. He is the co-director of FestivALT, a Jewish arts activist festival in Krakow, Poland, which he co-founded in 2017.