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The Crone Chronicles: Reclaiming the Story of Baba Yaga

8 January @ 7:00 pm - 9 January @ 9:45 pm


In The Crone Chronicles: Reclaiming the Story of Baba Yaga we take you on a journey through a magical and mystical world. The story follows Chava, a young girl who faces challenges at home with her stepmother and stepsister. Seeking help, she journeys to Baba Yaga’s hut, a wise woman from her part of the world, where she learns valuable life lessons. This show is in honor of women, of all ages; young girls, adolescents, young adults, mothers, grandmothers. This is for them, to see and claim and honor their power. This show is for those who love and respect the women in their life, recognize and see their power. This is a must-see for anyone interested in magic and mysticism, physical theatre storytelling, challenging traditional gender stereotypes, and the power of the human body to create a unique and immersive experience.

Drawing on ancient Jewish storytelling traditions, our ensemble uses physical theater, clowning, masks, and puppetry to bring folktales and myths to life in a vivid, engaging way. We are committed to challenging stereotypes and highlighting the complexity of characters, empowering audiences to re-examine the stories they thought they knew. Our work centers the body and its immense capacity for expression and explores the rich cultural inheritance of Jewish stories.


Monday January 8th and Tuesday January 9th

7pm and 8:30pm  Tickets $20.00

@ Stella Adler Studio of Acting

65 Broadway floor 2, New York, NY


8 January @ 7:00 pm
9 January @ 9:45 pm
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Stella Adler Studio of Acting
65 Broadway floor 2
New York City, 10006 New York City
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