Well into our 10th year and with an audience that has numbered more than 6,000 tickets sold, the Brotherhood of The Community Synagogue is proud to offer you the best in informed programming.
We are offering five, fine, pre-recorded programs that make up the 2018-19 series.
The season pass for the 5 regular programs is just $50. Single tickets for any one performance are $15, purchased in advance. We’ll make sure to have dessert and beverages waiting for you. Programs may be subject to change.
Click here to register and pay for the 2018-19 programs. Or, you may call the Synagogue’s 92nd St Y order line (516) 883-3144, ext. 390 and leave your name, phone number, the programs and the number of tickets. You may also e-mail Bert Tobin, [email protected] for a reservation or more information.
Francine Klagsbrun with Tom Brokaw: On Golda Meir
Iron-willed leader, chain-smoking political operative, tea-and-cake-serving grandmother—Golda Meir, the fourth prime minister of Israel, was a world figure unlike any other.
And Francine Klagsbrun’s definitive 2017 biography, Lioness: Golda Meir and the Nation of Israel, gave us a Golda for the ages. Now Klagsbrun sits down with legendary newsman Tom Brokaw for a penetrating conversation on Israel’s complex founding mother, who led the nation through the historic 1973 Yom Kippur War. What is Meir’s legacy in her homeland and around the globe, and what do the lessons of her life tell us about the future of the fraught Middle East?
June 17, 8:00 pm