Women from across the Jewish spectrum exploring important issues

Kol Isha brings together Jewish women of varying backgrounds and views. The group uses theatre to explore and present issues of concern to Jewish women.  Kol Isha is Hebrew for "a woman's voice", or  "all woman", or "every woman".  The fifteen members range in age from 20's to 50's and bring to the group various backgrounds, lifestyles and perspectives on Judaism.  The group represents a full spectrum of the Pittsburgh Jewish community.  Together, through improvisation and soul-searching, they explore their own personal experiences as Jewish women, breakdown stereotypes and foster relationships.

Our current production:

The Wedding Dress

Imagining Bubbe: Picturing our Grandmothers
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Some of our past productions : Cast of "The Mikveh Project"
The Mikveh Project
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Journey Through Ruth

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Our current production:

IMAGINING BUBBE: Picturing our Grandmothers

Written by
Elizabeth Boltson Gordon
Directed by
Amy Guterson

February 21 to March 11, 2007

Jewish Community Center
Katz Performing Arts Center
5738 Darlington Road
Squirrel Hill

Tickets: $15
Students, Seniors and Groups (15 +): $10

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