Please join us for an exceptional afternoon of live theater! Judy Bernstein has performed at the White House Visitor Center in Washington, D.C., The Eleanor Roosevelt Center at Hyde Park, N.Y., the Truman Library in Independence, Missouri and many other Presidential libraries, historical sites and museums around the country. Judy will present an inspiring original one- woman play based on the private papers and diaries of Eleanor Roosevelt, focusing on her early years that shaped her character. Called by many “the major architect of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights,” Eleanor Roosevelt was a passionate supporter of the establishment of the State of Israel. Light refreshments will be served.
Event Location: Temple Beth Am (Randolph)
871 North Main Street, Randolph, Massachusetts, 02368
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