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Dec 9 Sun
4:00pm
Free

Herschel and the Hanukkah Goblins – Live with Music!

contemporary, world-music
Wilshire Boulevard Temple

You'll love the live musical production of this classic Hanukkah fairy tale even more than the original book. Bring the whole family to see Herschel outsmart the Goblins, with the story narrated by actor, Fred Savage. What kind of music will you hear? Klezmer, of course! This program will feature UCLA's own students from the Klezmer Ensemble, under the Direction of Dr. Lorry Black, in addition to students from the UCLA Department of Theater, Film and Television, and the JewkBox acapella group. Watch out for surprise guests!

This event is made possible by the Lowell Milken Fund for American Jewish Music at The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music. It is created in partnership with Wilshire Boulevard Temple and is co-sponsored by the Herb Alpert Endowment for the School of Music.

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