SAN DIEGO — Todd Salovey, Lorraine Thall and June Gottleib are the three native poets to be featured in Jewish Poets—Jewish Voices’ opening program of its 2020-21 season. The digital occasion shall be streamed on Zoom Tuesday night, December 8 at 7 p.m. There is no such thing as a price for this Astor Judaica Library providing.
Todd Salovey is the well-known assistant director of the San Diego Repertory Theatre and the director of the 26-year previous Lipinsky Jewish Arts Pageant, now referred to as JFest. In that function, he has commissioned and developed quite a few new items of music, theatre and dance which have gone on to be carried out all through the world. He has additionally written items himself. His heat smile as he opens each JFest occasion with “Shalom Aleichem,” is well-known to 1000’s of native theater-goers.
Salovey can also be a long-time college member of UCSD’s theatre program, and has held many management positions at his congregation, Adat Yeshurun. His poetry writing has been a pure by-product of his inventive muse.
Lorraine Judith Thall at the moment serves because the clergy assistant for Temple Adat Shalom in Poway.
Lorraine was born in Chula Vista. She wrote her first poem when she was 9 and it was revealed in a highschool anthology. A latest poem was featured within the San Diego Union-Tribune. She graduated from Arizona State College with a level in Music and has been a piano accompanist for numerous artists and teams. She additionally has a certificates in graphic design.
June Gottleib was born in Philadelphia and obtained her Masters in Social Work from the College of Michigan. Thirty Years in the past, after practising as a medical social employee in Ann Arbor, Michigan, she moved to San Diego. Right here, she modified careers, specializing in performing, writing, poetry efficiency and movie. She has authored three performs and has had a number of poems revealed.
Following the shows of the three featured poets, there shall be a half-hour of open mic, the place Zoom viewers members can share their work.
JCC employees individual Melanie Rubin, will host the Zoom assembly and Pleasure Heitzmann will emcee this system. To register, faucet the hyperlink: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0pf-GhrTgrGNVisPhR4xcWUs6uIE-7YHIZ
Eileen Wingard, a retired violinist with the San Diego Symphony, is a contract author specializing in protection of the humanities. She could also be contacted through firstname.lastname@example.org