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Noa Baum

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Award-winning Israeli storyteller, educator, and consultant, Noa focuses on her craft's power to heal across the divides of identity. Trained in theater and education in Tel-Aviv and at New York University, Noa's storytelling has captivated and inspired audiences internationally since 1982 at such varied venues as the World Bank, U.S. Defense Department, Mayo Clinic, Brandeis University, Hebrew University, Stanford University, and Fabula Festival in Sweden.

A Taste of the Garden of Eden

A Celebration of the Jewish Spirit in Stories

Arts & Performance, High School

This session features a rich tapestry of stories from the Hasidic masters and the Middle East, as well as personal stories. These stories connect us with the Jewish themes of wisdom, peace and faith.

The Sabbath Dress and Other Tales from the Jewish Tradition

A storytelling performance for families & children ages 4 and up

Arts & Performance, Children & Families, Interactive

Jewish folktales, rich with warmth and humor, told with interactive audience participation. Come hear tales of wonder, magic and joy from Israel and around the world

A Land Twice Promised

Arts & Performance, Israel

A compelling one-woman show of Palestinian and Israeli women's stories. Storyteller Noa Baum, an Israeli who began a heartfelt dialogue with a Palestinian woman while living in the United States, weaves together their memories and their mothers' stories. She creates a moving testimony illuminating the complex and contradictory history and emotions that surround Jerusalem for Israelis and Palestinians alike.

A Land Twice Promised Q & A

Arts & Performance, Interactive

This is an opportunity for Question & Answer with the performer for people who saw the performance of "A Land Twice Promised" in the previous timeslot.

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