In Every Generation
May 26 - June 19, 2022
A JEWISH ARTS FESTIVAL AUDIENCE FAVORITE
By Ali Viterbi
Directed by Todd Salovey
One family. One holiday. Four millennia. The Levi-Katz family celebrates Passover again and again—1416 BCE, 1954, 2019 and 2050 to be exact! While the time, location, and language changes, the traditions stay the same. Over matzah ball soup and (vegan) brisket, this close-knit clan contends with questions of race, religion, and inter-generational trauma. The present echoes the past—and the past the present—as the family repeatedly reenacts the exodus from Egypt, each time asking themselves: must we define ourselves through trauma? Will we ever be free? And why is this night different from all other nights?
“…not only a very human family saga, but also a timely warning about the choices that American Jews face in the present moment." -Howard Shalwaltz (Founding Artistic Director, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company)
Hours: 12 p.m. — 6p.m. daily
The Lyceum Theatres Box Office is currently closed, but our Box Office staff are available at the phone or email above. On days with an evening performance, the Box Office is available by phone until one hour prior to curtain time and the walk-up window is open 15 minutes after curtain time (late-seating is at the discretion of house management).
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The Lyceum Cafe is currently closed due to COVID-19, in addition to the construction happening at Horton Plaza.
Enjoy our Lyceum Café on your next visit!
Our Lyceum Café opens an hour and forty-five minutes before curtain, and offers a menu of small bites, flatbreads, paninis and desserts, as well as a full bar featuring a special cocktail for each show. Come early and try our new daily specials and to enjoy happy hour, which runs from an hour and forty-five minutes before curtain, to fourty-five minutes before curtain. Click here for the menu.
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