On the new episode of Conversations with Ken and Yasmine, we speak with therapist and author Lisa Tahir on how the pandemic and current political climate have impacted mental health.
Our next Conversations with Ken and Yasmine will discuss school re-openings amidst COVID.
Following the Zoom production of The Fallen, thank you to panelists Debbie Gross, Founder of Tahel Crisis Center and Yehudit Sidikman, Founder of El Halev for your insightful contributions to today’s discussion and your commitment to helping women in crisis.
Coming July 4. Conversations with Ken and Yasmine is a new program uniting two best friends on two coasts as they discuss race, politics, equality, social justice, education, and the state of the arts in today’s landscape. Director and screenwriter, Ken Cosby and playwright and arts therapist, Yasmine Beverly Rana met twenty-eight years ago at […]
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I am thrilled to be working with C.B. Davies in Jerusalem again for this Zoom presentation of my play, “The Fallen”.
Join “Conversations with Ken and Yasmine” as they discuss Black Lives Matter, the future of theater and film, and the origins of their twenty-seven year friendship.
I confess, I don’t do well in pandemics. I wish I did. I wish I could be like people who describe self quarantine and social distancing as “boring” and therefore consume their days power washing their houses, studying obscure languages, or cooking six course meals. I wish I had the emotional energy to spend the […]
Jerusalem’s Theater in the Rough and JET, Jerusalem English Theater, will be hosting a virtual reading of my play, Paradise, on Monday, April 6, at 1 pm EST and 8 pm IST on Zoom and Facebook Live. I will be reading with actor CB Davies, JET’s founder, with a Q and A to follow. Be […]
I don’t chew gum, but I say I do when asked how I can write and maintain a full time teaching position. “I can walk and chew gum at the same time.” I had never envisioned myself teaching. As an undergraduate and later graduate MFA student at a well-respected university, I envisioned myself “working in […]