The Cone Family and the Enduring Legacy of Greensboro's Jewish Community
An evening of History, Entertainment and Celebration
You're invited for an evening of history and entertainment presented by the Touring Theatre of North Carolina in conjunction with the Greensboro Jewish Federation, Temple Emanuel and Beth David Synagogue.
Sunday, April 3rd, 5-7 p.m.
at Temple Emanuel, 1129 Jefferson Road
Event is free and open to the public
The event connects the Greensboro Jewish Community with the Touring Theatre's upcoming production, Dr. Claribel, Miss Etta and the Brothers Cone.
The evening will include:
- a reception with light hors d'oeuvres
- performance by the Sinai Mountain Ramblers
- a short preview of the new stage production
- a roundtable discussion focusing on the legacy and impact of the Cone family on Greensboro; the importance of the broader history and contributions of Greensboro's Jewish community, and the significance of Cone Sisters' art collection.
Panelists: Leonard Rogoff, Elaine Gustafson, Alan Cone, Dr. Edgar Marks
Moderator: Paul Ringel
Food by Capers Catering
This event is made possible through funding awarded Touring Theatre by ArtsGreensboro with support from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Joseph M. Bryan Foundation Special Needs Fund.