LABA Kids Presents Lost & Found in Israel, a Puppet Show for Young Children, at the 14th Street Y

Join our puppets on a magical journey to Israel and bring some of the magic home with you with your own shadow puppet and Israeli chocolate!

LABA Kids at the 14th Street Y presents Lost & Found in Israel, a puppet show developed by Israeli artists Zvi Sahar and Leat Klingman at the Theater at the 14th Street Y on Sunday, March 17, 2013 at 11am.

Lost & Found in Israel is a puppet show created by two Israeli puppeteers whose life in New York inspired them to write a humorous story about the journey of four brave puppets that set out to find their mother in a foreign country - Israel. On their way they meet new friends: a Tel Avivian watermelon, a Jerusalemite stone, a desert Cactus, an Orange and Falafel balls who help them in their search.

The charming tale appeals not only to the young, but also to the young at heart. Families will learn about Israeli culture, and our expert puppeteers will teach them how to create shadow puppets they can use at home with a flashlight or table lamp, in the shapes of fruit like the puppets in the show.

"We made that show from all the things we love and miss in Israel - the land, the people, and of course - the food!" explained creators and performers Zvi Sahar and Leat Klingman.

Zvi Sahar is an Israeli born actor, director and puppeteer. He is also an alumnus of the LABA: House of Study at the 14th Street Y, where he developed an innovative piece of live puppet cinema, Salt of the Earth, which has received the Jim Henson 2013 Foundation Project Grant.

Leat Klingman is a puppeteer-filmmaker, artist and musician. Her new feature film, Wolfy’s Journey, is a delightful puppet-musical feature film.

Location: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
344 East 14th Street
(Between 1st & 2nd Avenues)
New York, NY 10003

Date/Time: Sunday March 17, 2013, 11am – 1pm
Box office opens 30 minutes before performance.

Cost: Pre-sale: $30 per family ticket or $25 per family ticket for 14th Street Y members (must show membership card)
At the door: $35 per family ticket or $30 per family ticket for 14th Street Y members (must show membership card)
Up to 6 people per family ticket
Purchase tickets here: http://14streety.interticket.com
Or call 646-395-4322


Groups: Group Sales tickets for groups of 10 or more are available for $5 per person. Call 646- 395-4322 to order.

Ages: Recommended for Ages 2 - 7

Phone: 646-395-4322

Website: http://www.14StreetY.org

Directions: L to 1st Avenue; 4, 5, 6, Q, N, R trains to Union Square


About LABA LABA is a laboratory for Jewish culture at the 14th Street Y where classic Jewish texts are used to inspire the creation of new art. LABA programming at the 14th Street Y includes a House of Study fellowship program for top culture-makers, original theater productions, live events, gallery shows, salons, and LABA Kids.
About LABA Kids LABA Kids engages children and their families in programming that mirrors the experience of the House of Study. In preschool, teaching artists lead students through art creation, storytelling, and movement classes combining creativity and text study. LABA Kids includes a program series of performances, storytelling, and original productions.

About The 14th Street Y
The newly renovated 14th Street Y provides Manhattan’s East Village residents with a variety of community programs including a Fitness Center, Aquatics Program, a Preschool, Baby & Toddler classes, After School programs, Sports Leagues and Arts & Culture events. The Y is part of The Educational Alliance, a non-profit Jewish agency that serves people of all ages from every ethnic, religious, and socio-economic background. The Y is located at 344 East 14th Street, between 1st and 2nd Avenues.

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