An Evening With Kelly Corrigan

Thursday, January 18, 2017 at 7pm
Tell Me More: Stories About the 12 Hardest Things I’m Learning to Say

What are the deceptively simple phrases that make love and human connection possible? “I don’t know.” “Tell me more.” “I was wrong.” New York Times-bestselling memoirist Kelly Corrigan explores these and more in her inspiring, insightful new book, Tell Me More: Stories About the 12 Hardest Things I’m Learning to Say. Join Corrigan, author of the powerful memoirs Glitter and Glue and The Middle Place, and special guest Andy Laats, for a frank, funny discussion about finding the right words in the right moments — and how, when times are tough, we can all learn what to say. A book signing follows the event.

“The poet laureate of the ordinary.”— HuffPost
“The voice of her generation” — O: The Oprah Magazine
“With full-bodied humor and radical sensitivity, Kelly Corrigan transforms the mundane pain of life into a necessary spiritual text of sorts, one that reminds us that we have the right to grieve but the obligation to be grateful. This book will remind you that you are human—and of the fragile loveliness of being so.”—Lena Dunham

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An Evening With Kelly Corrigan


Mark Cantor's Giants of Jazz on Film


Wednesdays - January 24, March 7, and May 9 2018 at 7PM


With a vast archive of more than 12,000 films and clips, music maven Mark Cantor’s spectacular collection of jazz and blues performances is widely considered one of the world’s premier collections of American popular music on film. In his not-to-be-missed programs, Cantor screens rare clips and shares detailed documentation and lively commentary.

“Mark Cantor has one of the very best collections of jazz films in the world.”
– Ken Burns

David & Dorothea Garfield Theatre
Price for individual shows: $25; JCC Member Price: $20
Series price: $57; JCC Member $45
Questions: JCC Box Office (858) 362-1348

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Treasures from the Archive January 24 Add to Cart

Bop Wednesday, March 7 Add to Cart

Jazz Vocals and the Great American Songbook - May 9 Add to Cart


Wrestling Jerusalem

Thursday, February 1, 2018 at 8pm
From Off-Broadway to San Diego | One Night Only!

Written and Performed by Aaron Davidman & Directed by Michael John Garcés
Following the sold out Off-Broadway run, Wrestling Jerusalem comes to San Diego. Set in America, Israel and Palestine, Wrestling Jerusalem follows one man’s journey to understand the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Aaron Davidman’s solo performance is a personal story that grapples with the complexities of identity, history and social justice. Giving voice to over a dozen different characters, the play sheds light on one of the most entrenched conflicts of our time.

A community conversation follows the performance with Aaron Davidman and Todd Salovey, Associate Artistic Director, San Diego San Diego Repertory Theatre.

“A smartly written solo show…it trusts in the power of the human voice and the capacity of the human heart.” –The New York Times

General $45
JCC Member $36
Premium: $69

WRESTLING JERUSALEM - Stage Trailer from Aaron Davidman on Vimeo.

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The Klezmatics with Special Guest Joshua Nelson: Brother Moses Smote the Water

March 28, 2018 at 7:30pm
Just in time for Passover, klezmer and gospel collide with brilliant and euphoric results. The gutsy, Grammy-winning band that defines klezmer’s edge teams up with a special guest artist who sings Black-Jewish soul that recalls Mahalia Jackson. A cross-cultural celebration of freedom songs from the Jewish and African-American traditions, illustrating their spiritual common ground while weaving a musical story of inspiration and social action.

“The Klezmatics are wonderful…a piece of genius.” — Pete Seeger
“The next big thing in music.” —Oprah Winfrey

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Call for Submissions



Submit plays to jewishplays@lfjcc.org by January 31, 2018.