by Sheldon Wolf

April 27- May 19, 2019

The remaining congregants of an old synagogue must decide what to do with their dilapidated building. Should they try to keep the congregation going, sell the building, or share it with members of another faith community? This funny, charming, and endearing new work explores what it means to be Jewish for different generations. 

Directed by Robert Dorfman in his directorial debut.

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Box Office
Open Monday through Friday
9:00 a. m. – 5:00 p. m.

Our box office at the theater
opens 45 minutes prior to performance time.

Shul Ticket Prices

Tuesdays $23
Wednesdays $23
Thursdays $25
Saturdays $38
Sundays 1:00 p. m. $30
Sundays 7:00 p. m. $25

Group rates available for 10+ people

NEXTGEN under 40- Call for details

$12 Student rush for any performance with Valid ID

Doorways Programs

Talkback with the Artists (Livestream)
Thursday, May 2 following the 7:30 p.m. performance 
Hear from the actors of this world premiere production. This Q & A session will be streamed directly onto our Facebook page for live and future viewing.

Launching a World Premiere
Sunday, May 5 following the 1:00 p.m. performance 
Learn about the creation of Shul from Sheldon Wolf (playwright), Robert Dorfman (director), Jo Holcomb (dramaturg), and Producing Artistic Director Barbara Brooks.

Religion & Modern America
Thursday, May 16 following the 7:30 p.m. performance 
A panel shares insights into trends and challenges religious organizations face while engaging and retaining members for the next generation.