Dancing with Giants by David Feldshuh
A play reading
Starring Four-time Tony Award Nominee & Four-time Drama Desk Award Winner
Wednesday, November 14 at 7:00pm
About the Play:
Against the 1930's rise of Nazi Germany, the play explores the unusual friendship of three very different men: Max Schmeling, the German boxing champion and Hitler's favorite boxer, Joe Louis, the American boxing champion, and Joe “Yussel the Muscle" Jacobs, a small, wise-cracking, Jewish boxing manager, who is played by Tovah Feldshuh. All three were enemies of the powerful Nazi Minister of Propaganda, Joseph Goebbels, who was determined to destroy their friendship.
Dancing With Giants, written by David Feldshuh, is a fictionalized account of a story inspired by true events.
Gold Patron: $250
Side Orchestra: $80
Back Orchestra: $40
Balcony: $25 ($18 for students)
Buy your tickets here. If you have questions or are a 90 for 90 patron, please contact Shelley Saunders at [email protected] or via telephone 267-930-7289.
Doors open at 6:15pm. Performance begins promptly at 7pm and will run for 100 minutes without intermission.
Seating will be first come, first served. No refunds due to weather and/or cast substitution.
Please contact Shelley Saunders ([email protected]) with any questions.