The Art of Remembering
by Austin Jewish Repertory Theatre

Aug. 05 - Aug. 19
Thursdays, Saturdays-Sundays

Three actresses embody different facets of a young woman who returns home to bury her father. While there, she cleans out her closet, and as she rediscovers objects, memories come tumbling out. Touching on stories as diverse as a feisty Polish-Jewish émigré taking America by storm, an Argentine who stands against his country's repression, and a woman who witnesses the fall of the Berlin Wall, THE ART OF REMEMBERING reminds us of the beauty of life and the importance of our past.

 

Michelle Alexander, Sarah Zeringue, Sarah Viskovich (via AJRT)

 

Actress, teacher and playwright, Adina Ruskin was born in New York City of French, Argentine, Russian, and Jewish heritage. Her first play, The Art of Remembering, was published by Dramatists Play Service. Adina began writing poetry at the age of seven. She developed her writing in Spanish at the age of nineteen while studying at the University of Córdoba, Spain.


The Art of Remembering
by Adina L. Ruskin
Austin Jewish Repertory Theatre

Thursdays, Saturdays-Sundays,
August 05 - August 19, 2017
Trinity Street Players
Black Box Theatre, 4th floor, First Baptist Church
901 Trinity Street
Austin, TX, 78701

Saturdays and Thursdays at 8 p.m., Sundays at 2 p.m.

Wednesday performance August 16 at 8 p.m.

Tickets $18 - $22 plus service fees via