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Exagogue: An Immersive Opera/Play

Performed at LaMaMa, with Untitled Theatre Company No. 61, Alize covers the roles of Tzipporah, Messenger, and God. An immersive opera/play/Passover seder, based on the oldest known Jewish play, written in Alexandria in the second century BCE by Ezekiel the Tragedien.

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Exagogue: An Immersive Opera/Play
Exagogue: An Immersive Opera/Play

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May 12, 2024, 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM EDT

La MaMa, 66 E 4th St, New York, NY 10003, USA

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Performed at LaMaMa, with Untitled Theatre Company No. 61, Alize covers the roles of Tzipporah, Messenger, and God. An immersive opera/play/Passover seder, based on the oldest known Jewish play, written in Alexandria in the second century BCE by Ezekiel the Tragedien. The audience gathers round the seder table or watches from the risers, joining the performers for a traditional 15-part modern seder. An opera composer, Zeke, has brought home his girlfriend Aliyah, a non-practicing Muslim, for the first time. Meanwhile, in the middle of it all, opera performers sing an adaptation of the ancient Greek interpretation of the Book of Exodus.

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