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Heritage, History, and Humanity Masterclass with theatre dybbuk

Monday, February 12 - Dinner at 6 P.M.; Masterclass at 7 P.M.

Poncho Forum

On Monday, February 12, join Seattle Rep and theatre dybbuk as we explore Heritage, History, and Humanity through writing, vocal work, and movement-based techniques. In this workshop, the artists of theatre dybbuk take participants through a process in which they gain tools to investigate their own personal and/or communal narratives, texts, and turning points as vessels to create new theatrical work that explores the complexities of our world.

This class is made possible in part by a grant to theatre dybbuk from The Covenant Foundation.


Aaron Henne

Artistic Director

About theatre dybbuk

theatre dybbuk creates provocative new works that blend physical theatre with poetry and music for exciting, utterly singular live events. The company explores the rich world of Jewish history, building lyrical performances that illuminate universal human experience for contemporary audiences. With an in-depth development process that can range from a few months to three years, Artistic Director Aaron Henne builds each piece with a cast of dedicated professional actors, designers, musicians, and scholars. The resulting works, from the dark and visceral dance theatre of cave… a dance for lilith to the shadowy and immersive hell prepared: a ritual exorcism inspired by kabbalistic principles, performed within a dominant cultural context, are challenging and beautiful to behold.
Learn more about theatre dybbuk.


Presented by Seattle Rep in collaboration with Seattle Shakespeare Company