Mishkan Shalom presents a dramatic presentation of SISTER HILLS
From the book of short stories
What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank, by Nathan Englander
Saturday, April 27, 2013 at 7:30 p.m.
At Mishkan Shalom 4101 Freeland Ave. Philadelphia 19128
Suggested Donation: $5.00
‘One Book Mishkan’ in conjunction with the One Book, One Jewish Community series, presents a
dramatic presentation of Sister Hills from the highly lauded collection of shorts stories What We Talk
About When We Talk About Anne Frank by Nathan Englander
Lighting, costumes, music and more bring Nathan Englander’s deceptively powerful story, Sister Hills,
to life as the Mishkan Players transform the story into a dramatic presentation. This story recounts the
history of Israel’s settlements through the story of two women and a terrible pact made to ensure the
survival of a child.
Join us for a great evening of storytelling, drama and discussion, and nosh as we explore one of Israel’s
most contentious and pressing issues.
Mishkan Shalom partners with the city-wide One Book, One Jewish Community (OBOJC) Program:
A national model for community building and Jewish literacy, the OBOJC program has touched thousands
of individuals throughout the Greater Philadelphia region.
About Mishkan Shalom
Mishkan Shalom is a Reconstructionist congregation in which a diverse community of progressive
Jews finds a home. Mishkan's Statement of Principles commits the community to integrate Prayer, Study
and Acts of Caring — and to work with other people of faith to repair the world in justice and peace.
Mishkan Shalom is located at the corner of Shurs Lane and Freeland Avenue in the Roxborough
section of Philadelphia. For directions, see our website www.mishkan.org  or call (215) 508-0226. For
more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org