It’s back! Urban Adamah and B’nai Tikvah are proud to present: Purim Like It’s 5782!

Get your costumes ready and bring your silliest joyful self… on this night we will celebrate the brave people who stood up to tyranny, losing ourselves in its cast of characters, and then we will dance the night away.

We will kick off the evening with Irreverently Yours, The Shushan Queens, a musical cabaret-style reinterpretation of the megillah — full of sass, politics, comedy, parody songs, and feminism… all in rhyme! Written and directed by Urban Adamah’s own Kiki Lipsett, and performed by Shana Rappaport, Evan Gelfand, Brady Gill, Danny Yadegar, and a rockin’ crew of musicians, this show will be a raucous musical affair with whoops, hollers, and groggers sounding at every mention of Haman’s name. If the Book of Esther and Madonna had a child, it would be this hip, hilarious, true-to-tale (well, almost) story of your favorite Purim characters.

When our voices are hoarse and our hands tired from drowning out the H-word (Haman) with our groggers, we will dance ourselves silly into the night. Farm-made food and beverages will be provided! Wine and beer available for our 21+ guests.

To honor the Purim tradition of mishloach manot (giving gifts to those in need), we ask those who are able to bring a non-perishable food item to add to our Community Free Fridge & Pantry. The fridge and pantry are located on the Harrison Street side of the farm, but we will have a collection station at the registration table on our main entrance on 6th st.

Party Schedule:

6:00 – 7:00 PM: Family Purim Puppet Show w. Jen Miriam and Alon Altman (Please note, registration for the family portion of this program is separate. To join, please register here)

7:30 – 8:30 PM: Irreverently Yours, The Shushan Queens: A musical comedy show for Purim

8:45 – 10:30 PM: Dance Party!

Costumes and irreverence are highly encouraged and please be mindful to dress in culturally appropriate costumes. Not confident in assessing whether or not your costume is culturally appropriate and respectful? Here’s a video to get you thinking. Thank you in advance for being mindful and we hope you enjoy this year’s celebration.

Special thanks to our co-sponsors: Chochmat HaLev and Kehilla Community Synagogue 

Accessibility Notes:

This event will be fully outdoors. All guests, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear a mask while participating in programming. N95 masks are highly encouraged and disposable surgical masks will be available at the door. Guests are invited to enjoy the full farm site and are asked to stand at least 6 feet apart from other guests whenever eating or drinking. 

Urban Adamah’s campus is fully compliant with ADA guidelines and all parts of the program will be held in either our covered, outdoor tent or fully outdoor event spaces. This will not be a scent free evening. Parking in our lot is limited so if you do not need accessible parking, please consider arriving early to find street parking, carpooling with friends, or taking public transportation! Please visit the accessibility page on our website and email events@urbanadamah.org with any specific questions or requests.

Sliding Scale: $20 to $54 per person

No One Will Be Turned Away For Lack Of Funds

Urban Adamah strives to offer programming that is accessible to our community. Thanks to our program supporters, we are able to offer this series for a sliding scale. If you are able to register at the higher end, your contribution will directly support the financial accessibility of another participant. Limited no-cost tickets available for B’nai Tikvah members. To inquire, please email events@urbanadamah.org

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Mar 16 2022


7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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