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The Jerusalem English Theater Community (JET) in general, and Charles B. Davies, Natan Skop, and Marty Weisel in particular, for creating a collaborative platform for the performing arts in Jerusalem.

The Koby Mandell Foundation for their cooperation on The Blessing of a Broken Heart and for all the work they do on behalf of the people of Israel.

Rabbi Natan Lopes Cardozo and the David Cardozo Academy Think Tank for the enthusiasm and the fascinating ride.


Rabbi David Debow and Midreshet Emuna V'Omanut for the rehearsal space and inspiration.

Rabbi David Golinkin and the Schechter Institute for rehearsal space for Divine Right.

Shifra Penkower of the Women's Performance Community of Jerusalem for the loan of prop items.


Brother Martin Kleespies, Lic. Theol Pastor, for his enthusiasm in helping us construct Catholic school and home sets and demeanor authentically.​

Father William Russell of the Church of Saint Anne Seminary for his patient teaching, consultation, and friendship.


The Heichal Tarbut of Gush Etzion for its enthusiastic adoption of Divine Right and The Blessing of a Broken Heart for its cultural program.​

Dorothee Valier for help with sets and props, and for many years of support.

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Yael and her team teaching Bibliodrama and Playback Theater as text analysis methodologies to Catholic seminarians at the Studium Theologicum Salesianum in Jerusalem. With thanks to Peter Pitzele, founder of the Bibliodrama technique, for his patient one-on-one guidance on teaching Bibliodrama to very large groups.

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