Who doesn't love a good story? Maggid Arthur Strimling is back to share wonderful stories with us for a whole weekend starting Friday, March 15. About Arthur Strimling: Director, performer, writer and teacher. His solo storytelling works have been seen in New York at the Public Theatre, the 92nd Street Y, the Jewish Museum, and at theaters, synagogues,community centers and other venues across America. Founding Artistic Director of Roots&Branches Theater, an intergenerational ensemble of elder and young actors (ages 60-90 and 18-30). Over twenty years of developing plays in which the personal life stories, opinions, and visions of the actors become entertaining First Poretsky Artist-in-Residence at the National Havurah Committee's Summer Institute, and taught at the Institutes for Contemporary Midrash and the Miriam Festival at Elat Chayyim. Was teaching artist at the Jewish Museum and has taught at NYU, Columbia, Berkeley, the 92nd Street Y, and many other schools and centers throughout the country. A resident writer at the Mac-Dowell Colony and Yaddo. Arthur is Maggid HaMakom (Storyteller in Residence) of Congregation Kolot Chayeinu in Park Slope, Brooklyn where he lives with his wife, Cantor Lisa B. Segal. He has two grown sons, Eric and Ethan, and a granddaughter, Adi. Print or share this flyer. Weekend Details (RSVP Online) Friday, March 15 - Dinner & Shabbat Services 6:00 pm Shabbat Dinner featuring a Mediterranean, dairy meal prepared by Chef Eric Rappaport at $10/person 7:30 pm Arthur Strimling will present "Revelation: A Personal Story". Delicious oneg following services is sponsored by the KI Sisterhood.