FRIDAY, JANUARY 4 | 7:30 pm: Shabbat Service, including a special performance
O N E B R E A T H , T H E N A N O T H E R
A one-woman, interactive show about coming of age, ancestry & Jewish identity, as experienced on an ashram in India. Created & Performed by Amanda Miller | Directed by Rachel Evans
Amanda Miller is a writer, performer, yoga instructor and Jewish educator. She has performed original theatrical solo work at festivals and stages both in the U.S. and internationally to critical acclaim, for nearly a decade. Amanda performed an earlier iteration of One Breath, Then Another at Theater for the New City, Dixon Place San Francisco Fringe, Rochester Fringe and more. She won the Best Actress Award at the Pittsburgh Fringe Festival for her solo show How To Suffer Better, which she also performed at the Edmonton and Edinburgh Fringes. Since 2010, Amanda has been combining theater arts, yoga and Jewish education in her work with synagogues and camps. BFA Acting, NYU. Yoga Teacher Certification, Yoga Vidya Gurkul, India. One Breath, Then Another began as a memoir published in 2013 on Lucid River Press.