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Join the Temple Aliyah production of "Joseph"
Come join the cast and crew as Temple Aliyah stages a production of the musical “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” on Sunday, April 28 at Pollard Middle School. There will be two performances at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., and the Temple is inviting everyone to get involved in all aspects of the production—set design, lighting, costumes, publicity, singing, dancing, and acting. Kindergarten through 5th graders can be in the children’s chorus; sixth graders through adults can be Joseph, one of Joseph’s brothers, the Elvis Pharaoh, Potiphar’s wife, Jacob, one of the brother’s wives, or part of the general ensemble and dancers and singers. The play will be directed by Betty Lehrman, director of the Kaleidoscope Arts and Sciences JCC Camp. Don’t miss out! Be a star! Auditions begin in February. Sign up through the Temple website, www.templealiyah.com. Questions? Contact Cantor Gastón Bogomolni at 781-444-8522 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
More About Temple Aliyah
Temple Aliyah is a Jewish synagogue that urges its members to "enrich their Jewish lives, to enhance their Jewish identities and to engage in lifelong learning." Rabbi Carl M. Perkins conducts services throughout the week.
Temple Aliyah offers a host of group activities, including Social Action, Men's Club, Sisterhood, 45 and Counting, and the Israel Kesher Committee. There is also an active teen community that helps with community service and takes part in social events like basketball, dances and social action projects.
Education at Temple Aliyah can be found in the form of religious school, day school, adult education and family education.
The temple's YouTube site can be found at this link.