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Continuum Theater *

P.O. Box 1617
Deerfield, IL 60015
Phone: (847) 780-7230
Fax: (847) 831-3365
Email: devorah@continuumtheater.org
Web: http://www.continuumtheater.org
Contact: Devorah Richards

Jewish artists and lovers of the arts created Continuum Theater to support Jewish learning, community and cultural continuity by preserving, growing and sharing Jewish performing arts experiences. Continuum Theater produces theater, music, dance and arts education experiences that explore Jewish history, heritage, contemporary issues and the full scope of the Jewish experience. The theater hopes to nurture Jewish artists and to forge productive partnerships with community organizations interested in creative programming. Programs include: The Chicago Jewish Play Reading Festival, The Midwest Jewish Play Writing Contest in association with the Jewish Plays Project and school artistic residences.

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