The Jewish Community Relations Council invites you to a special opportunity to enjoy a performance of Tommy J & Sally and then explore key themes focusing on the complexity of intercultural experiences with the director, cast, and community leaders.
Tommy J & Sally, written by Mark Medoff and directed by Andrea White, is a two character play on race relations, a modern twist on Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson that unleashes a tsunami of anger and emotion, leading to cleansing.
TALK BACK PROGRAM
Saturday, Oct. 17 after 7:30 pm show
Sunday, Oct. 18 after 3:00 pm show
RSVP at jewishportland.org/talkback
Talk Back Programs sponsored by the Jewish Community Relations Council of the Jewish Federation of Greater Portland and The Standard.
Building upon a year-long dialogue between African-American and Jewish communities, the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) is honored be a part of this unique opportunity to raise awareness of race relations through the arts.
With representation from a cross-section of the local Jewish community, the JCRC develops consensus positions concerning matters of importance to the Jewish residents of Greater Portland and Southwest Washington, including social justice, civil rights, church-state issues, and the US-Israel relationship.
TOMMY J & SALLY runs October 9 - November 8
Friday & Saturday 7:30 pm, Sundays 3:00 pm
General Admission $25; Group rate available.
For information, call 503.235.8079
For tickets, go to www.passinart.net
Sponsored by WillaKenzie Estate, The Collins Foundation, Ronni Lacroute, The Standard, and the Jewish Community Relations Council of the Jewish Federation of Greater Portland.