Neustadt JAAMM Festival, and the celebration of Jewish arts, authors, movies and music has only gotten better with age. From Thursday, October 26, through Sunday, November 12, the Mizel Arts and Culture Center, 350 South Dahlia Street, will host a wealth of events spanning dance, theater and literature. There's the Stomp-style percussive movement of Israeli troupe Tararam; Klezmer music of all flavors, traditional and modern; a screening of the film Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, which documents the life of the groundbreaking comic; lectures by figures as diverse as activist Morris Dees (co-founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center), film critic Leonard Maltin and genealogist Lisa Louise Cooke; and more. Tickets to individual events start at just $10; see jccdenver.org for a complete schedule of events.
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