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Esther and Schmuli are newlyweds, navigating an arranged marriage in their Hasidic Jewish community. Sophie and Abe are young parents, mid-career authors and cultural Jews, restless in their marriage. As disagreements and deceptions slowly unravel both relationships, two disparate stories tie together in an artful examination of love and a search for happiness. This beautiful new play, by the author of Six Points Theater hits Actually and Photograph 51, explores complexities of relationships and the human condition. 

Production Artists

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Miriam Monasch (Director) has worked as a director, actor and occasional playwright for more than 40 years.  As a director, she’s chosen a wide range of diverse scripts. At Six Points Theater she won a coveted Ivey Award for her direction of Our Class by Tadeusz Slobobzianek (2011) and also directed the world premiere of Natasha and the Coat by Deborah Stein (2018), and My Name is Asher Lev by Chaim Potok, adapted for the stage by Aaron Posner (2010). Other directing credits include Commonweal Theatre, Theatre in the Round, Theatre Unbound, Santa Cruz Theater Company, and University of Minnesota.  She holds an ABD/PHd in Theater Arts from the University of Minnesota where she studied with Charles Nolte and Stephen Kanee.  


We’re back in our theater home:

Highland Park Community Center

1978 Ford Parkway St. Paul, MN, 55116

Free and easy parking

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