"A complicated, universal story told simply with unfetted honesty" - New Haven Register
    Dates & Times:  
    Friday, February 16th at 8:00pm  
    Saturday, February 17th at 8:00pm  
    Friday, February 23rd at 8:00pm  
  Saturday, February 24th at 3:00pm and 8:00pm
  Ticket Price:
  $15.00 all seats
  All seats reserved.
  Advance purchase recommended.
  Purchase tickets on-line: (Available September 1st 2017)
Written by Aaron Posner
adapted from the novel by Chaim Potok
Directed by Charley Shafor    
About the Show:    
Asher Lev tells his story in a series of flashbacks. He is a Ladover Hasidic Jew born with a great artistic talent. His sect of Judaism, however, does not believe that art is a worthwhile pursuit. When he begins to draw nudes and pictures of the Crucifixion, Through the years, he has continued to argue with his parents about the nature and value of his work. They attend one of his shows in New York, but are horrified by the centerpiece of the exhibit: a painting of Jesus Christ    
The Cast:    
Gretchen Gantner as the Women    
Dan Maloney as Asher Lev
Mark Andrew Reuter as the Men    
      My Name is Asher Lev  is presented through special arrangements with Dramatist Paly Sevices