OUR PROGRAMS

So many ways to experience our work!

How We Tell Stories

StoryNosh: Our unique digital storytelling competition
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Salon Theatre: Our signature theatrical style that appears on stage, in living rooms, art galleries and other unique places
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Free Digital Stories: A curated collection of our stories are available for free on our YouTube Channel
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AudioNosh: Our podcast available on Apple Podcasts
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Emerging & Resident Artists

NEXT: Our paid Emerging Artists Fellowship for young professionals in their 20’s/30’s
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Abby Freeman Artists in Residence: Our program that honors excellence in artistic talent and recognizes commitment to The Braid’s ideals.
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Beyond the Performance

Sunday Morning with The Braid: Our interview panel series where you can learn from and dialogue with fantastic guests and cultural influencers.
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Classes: Learn new skills, hone different crafts and enjoy working with some of our talented artists.
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Art Exhibitions & Talks: Explore our deep and meaningful themes through visual art too!
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Holy Sparks & the Women Rabbi Project: Our special project featuring interviews with women rabbis, records of their unvarnished experiences and personal stories as they broke barriers in a male-dominated field.
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You Can Hire Us

Book a Show: Our archive of over 70 shows is available to you and your community for special events and services
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DEI Work: Through our groundbreaking Jews of Color show True Colors, we work with groups to facilitate tough conversations around diversity, equity and inclusion
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Holocaust Education: Through our groundbreaking show Stories from the Violins of Hope, the first of its kind to tell the dramatic story of the famed violin collection with live music, we work with groups to facilitate engaging conversations around the Holocaust
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Prayer and Performance: Our archive of over 700 stories can be woven into Shabbat and holiday services, bringing a unique point-of-view to the Jewish experience at synagogue
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