Alice Cohen explores the Jewish identity in a new memoir about rediscovering her mother 30 years
after her death, during the hardest year Alice had to face. Her youngest daughter needed a harrowing surgery,
her eldest daughter decided to reunite with her birth mother, and Alice herself receives a daunting
diagnosis. According to Alice, it is entirely possible for the people we have lost to come back
to us when we need them the most.
Alice Cohen is a solo theatre artist, playwright and teaches at the New School in NYC.
Our new Thursday programs will offer you interesting speakers and authors presenting on a variety of topics.
It’s social, it’s educational and it’s all right here at the J! All are welcome to attend.
All Programs: Thursdays at 12 Noon $5/Person (Includes the program, a bagel “and”)