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Skirball Cultural Center

The Jewish Dog

A One-Man Theatrical Performance

Public Programs | Performance

Illustration of a man's head wearing a hat similar to dog ears. The words "The Jewish Dog" are written below with a Star of David as the "o" in Dog. Gray paw prints appear behind the illustration.

Date and Time

Thursday, February 23, 7:00 pm

Doors open at 6:00 pm.

Pricing and Details


  • $20 General
  • $15 Members
  • $10 Seniors and Full-Time Students

Reservations required

Masking Policy

Please bring a non-cloth mask to wear while indoors (ages 2+).

About the Program

Filtering the darkest, most dramatic period of modern Jewish history, The Jewish Dog offers a view of the Holocaust through the eyes of a canine unusually fascinated by human affairs.

Caleb witnesses firsthand the rise of Nazism and the Holocaust. When events separate him from his Jewish owners, he is adopted by a Nazi family and employed by the SS as a military dog. This story explores loyalty, identity, and the fine line that separates humanity from animals.

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