Indecent Play & Discussion

  • Sunday, October 13, 2019
  • 2:00 PM
  • Seattle Rep


  • be sure to buy your tix from Seattle Rep -- this is just an RSVP so we know that you plan on attending!

Registration is closed

Indecent is a play about a play... that is, a beautiful contemporary show about the controversial turn-of-the-century Yiddush play God of Vengeance, directed by local director, Sheila Daniels. More info can be found here:

Here is an excerpt from the NY Times Review:
Written by Asch when he was in his 20s, “Vengeance” told the story of a bourgeois brothel owner (played by the great Yiddish theater actor Rudolph Schildkraut, here embodied by Mr. Nelis) whose daughter falls in love with one of his whores. Not only did “Vengeance” present a physical relationship between women as natural and even purifying, but it also concluded with a desecration of the Torah by Mr. Schildkraut’s character. Small wonder that the Warsaw literary circle to whom Asch first introduced his play urged him to burn it. Asch speaks of the necessity of Jews’ showing “ourselves as flawed and complex human beings.” One of his actresses in New York says: “We are the first generation that gets the chance our parents never got. To tell our stories.”

Ticket Info:
Seattle Rep is holding a block of discounted seats ($40/ticket for tickets that are usually $72 each) in the orchestra section for our community at the 2pm show on Sunday, October 13th!  They are also hosting a post-show reception for our community so we can have a discussion on-site. 

If you're able to join us for this showing of Indecent, you will need to contact the Group Sales Manager directly to reserve/pay for these tickets.  His name is Veliere Crump... just tell him that you are with the Kavana group and want to reserve the group tickets for the Oct 13th, 2pm show, and he should be able to help you from there.  His direct contact info is or 206-443-2224.  

Please also RSVP to us by using this form, so we know who to expect.

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