Who By Fire

Over six holidays, the members of a Jewish family grapple with how—or whether—to maintain their religious identity in the modern era.
To Reach Across A River

To Reach Across A River

Marshall Botvinick is a playwright, dramaturg, and educator based in North Carolina. His plays have been developed at the Seven Devils Playwrights Conference, Palm Beach Dramaworks, South Carolina Repertory Company, the Mid-America Theater Conference, and the ATHE New...
Un Hombre: A Golem Story

Un Hombre: A Golem Story

Rebecca Wolfson, a sculptor, is struggling to get back on track after the untimely death of her husband. She is suffering from intense artist’s block, and her son is withdrawn, failing Spanish, and unprepared for his upcoming Bar Mitzvah. All seems hopeless...
Zionista Rising

Zionista Rising

Two interns at a Jewish publication struggle with their latest assignment: rebranding Zionism as progressive, #girlboss, and Gen Z via Instagram. A playwright strugggles, too.
Birdie and Cait and the Book of Life

Birdie and Cait and the Book of Life

“On Rosh Hashanah it is inscribed, and on Yom Kippur it is sealed.” When Birdie’s mother dies and her older sister Annika relocates her from New York to London, the sacred Jewish words she’s heard year after year during the High Holidays start...