Wednesday, March 16th, 6:00 p.m.
This year’s show will again take to the airwaves of Zoom. Through a variety of musical genres, we’ll share the Purim story complete with Esther, Mordechai, King Achashverosh, and Haman (BOO!).
Our show is open to all and free of charge so be sure to invite friends and family to join the fun.
Join us on Zoom
Click here to join the fun on Zoom. Please note the Purimshpiel will be recorded.
Complete Megillah Readings on Zoom and In-Person
Our Megillah reading will take place on Zoom following the Purimshpiel. If you prefer to experience the Megillah reading in-person, you are welcome to join us at TIS. For those who wish to be in-person, you can also watch the Purimshpiel at TIS on a large screen. All in-person participants must RSVP, have COVID vaccinations on file at TIS, and be masked.
RSVP to attend In-person by Tuesday, March 15th at 5:00 p.m.
Click here to RSVP to attend the Purimshpiel and Megillah reading in-person on Wednesday, March 16th.
A full reading of the Megillah will also take place on Thursday, March 17th, during an earlier-than-usual Minyan at 7:00 a.m.
And now, for our Grand Finale…
The “concert” event of the year brings the joy of music, the tomfoolery of the holiday, and our favorite Cantor Hanan together to help enhance our holiday! Don’t miss the event of Adar!
We encourage everyone to dress up and enhance the merriment. Whether you're joining us on Zoom or in-person, don’t be shy! All ages are encouraged to help us bring the joy of Purim to everyone’s screen. Get out the hats, make-up, wigs, and more and show us what you’ve got.
Shake it for Haman and Do a Mitzvah!
Be sure to arm yourselves with boxes of “noisy” food (macaroni, couscous, cereal, bags of nuts/grains/seeds, etc.) to use as groggers to drown out the name of Haman. We ask that you drop these items (along with any other non-perishable items you’d like to contribute) at TIS.
You can leave them with our guard from Thursday, March 17th - Wednesday, March 23rd during the following hours:
- Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
- Sunday, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Wait! There’s More Purim Fun!
Shushan Purim Celebration…A Wild and Crazy Celebration
Thursday, March 17th, 1:00 p.m.
This year join Cantor Leberman when he hits the streets of Jerusalem to share the Israeli holiday experience with all of us.
Mishloach Manot – Every Jew is obligated to give at least one Mishloach Manot. This is a wonderful opportunity to remember family and friends while supporting our Youth Department. Orders must be received by Wednesday, March 9th.
Hamantaschen – No joyous holiday would be complete without a special food item and this one is really something to get excited about. Orders must be received by 3:00 p.m. on Friday, March 4th and support Abraham Ratner Torah School.