After two sold out runs in Queens and Westchester, we are excited to bring this hilarious Russian language production to Long Island! Join other Russian-speaking families for a theatrical tale of two bacteria, Flus and Pulpidus, who planned a sweet new year in a little boy’s mouth over the Rosh Hashana holiday. The tale teaches us the importance of brushing our teeth, especially during the sweetest of holidays! Written and directed by Sandler Gera. Ideal for children ages 3-10 but all are welcome! Light snacks will be provided.
This program is made possible in collaboration with Temple Israel of Great Neck , with the generous support of PJ Library of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation in partnership with Genesis Philanthropy Group.