Play written by Paula Vogel based on events surrounding the scandalous Broadway debut of Sholem Asch's “The God of Vengeance,” considered by some as a seminal work of early Yiddish theater as traitorous libel by others. Presented by S.F. Playhouse and Yiddish Theatre Ensemble. Through Nov. 5. Times vary.
JCCSF presents a soundscape meditation experience using chimes, crystal singing bowls, gongs and harp to clear mental and physical blockages, promote relaxation and release tension. Performed by Sound Sorcery. Bring mat/blanket, pillow, ID and proof of vaccination. Registration required.
Maggid Eli Andrew Ramer discusses his new book of short stories, featuring a variety of tales about an urban demon, a witch in the suburbs, a Jewish vampire, two angels (one goofy, one kvetchy) and a golem named Judith. Presented by Jewish LearningWorks, Afikomen Judaica and Congregation Sha’ar Zahav.