£6 Adult Standard
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RUNNING TIME: 50 mins
TRIGGER NOTICE: Recommended for 12yrs plus. Contains references to domestic violence, suicide and bereavement.
“Why are we told to be strong and shamed when we speak up? We’re taught to read, but only from the Talmud or Torah.”
Add one shamefully flirtatious violinist to a blend of interfering mother in laws and bland husbands, sprinkle a dash of patriarchal frustration and voila! It’s the Sabbath dinner at Rochalle’s, and you’re all invited. So light the candles, salt the challah and let’s dig in!
Mountview is one of the UK’s leading drama schools. The annual Catalyst Festival is produced by the students from Mountview’s MA in Creative Producing.
Emma is an actor and writer on the Soho Writers Lab. Hamotzi is her second full length play. Emma's first play Fridge (The King's Head Theatre, 2017) was part of Festival 47. Her short play A Tune of Two Muses was selected for Untold Stories at The Arcola Theatre, Pleasance Theatre and Norwich Arts Centre. This year, her other short plays have included Si Vuelves Tu (Old Red Lion Theatre) and After Care (The Space Theatre). Emma was recently selected for Voices from Home with Broken Silence Theatre, with her play The Cromer Special. Emma's acting credits include: It's a Wise Child (In Good Company), Love Me Tinder (Old Red Lion Theatre), Mengele (Fringe Encore Award 2017, International Tour - UK, Crete, Spain and New York), Shell Shock (Soho Playhouse, New York) Fridge (King's Head Theatre) and Our Country's Good (Weisiger Theatre, Kentucky).
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