Natasha and the Coat

April 21 - May 13, 2018

by Deborah Stein

Natasha has just begun a fashion internship in an atelier in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. When she clumsily spills coffee on a vintage fur coat, she takes it to a dry cleaner where the work of Yossi, an Hasidic Jew, results in beautiful restoration. As Natasha, eager to please her unknowing boss, brings more and more items for cleaning, the very different lives of these two 20-somethings intersect, opening up possibilities for what their futures may hold. Join MJTC for the world premiere of a poignant play about independence, self-exploration, and defining your dreams.

 Directed by Miriam Monasch

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Annual Benefit
May 21, 2018

St. Mary's Greek Orthodox Church
Overlooking Bde Maka Ska, also known as Lake Calhoun. 

Join us for our 4th Annual Benefit. 

Featuring a program with MJTC artists, actors
Robert Dorfman and Miriam Schwartz, designers Paul Epton and Michael Hoover, and director Craig Johnson on the artistic process for solo and multiple-cast productions. The panel will be moderated by MinnPost's Pamela Espeland. 

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