The Mandell JCC will host Stephen Tobolowsky – Hollywood’s most familiar face – as the final signature event of the 25th Annual Jewish Book Festival in West Hartford.
The Mandell JCC closes its 25th Annual Jewish Book Festival with storied career-actor Stephen Tobolowsky and his new book My Adventures with God. The closing event, which is made possible by Mandell JCC Corporate Partner, the Hartford Courant, will take place Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017, at 8 p.m. at the Mandell JCC, Zachs Campus, 335 Bloomfield Ave.,West Hartford, CT.
Stephen Tobolowsky is a name you may not recognize, but a face you surely will. He has appeared in over 100 movies and over 200 television shows in his career. His acting resume includes Thelma and Louise, Deadwood, Glee, Groundhog Day, Silicon Valley, and more.
Stephen will perform excerpts from his new book, My Adventures with God, a funny and introspective story collection that cover life from all angles, including love, catastrophe and triumph, all told through the lens of his evolving relationship with the mystery that is “God.”
“Stephen Tobolowsky has found his true calling as storyteller. He is candid, insightful, often profound, and very, very funny,” said film critic and author, Leonard Maltin.
The Mandell JCC’s 25th Annual Jewish Book Festival is made possible by the following partners (to date): Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford, Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Hartford, Trinity Health of New England, Simsbury Bank, Farmington Bank, and Citizens Bank. Special thanks to Media Partners: the Hartford Courant, and the Jewish Ledger. Hospitality Sponsors: Waterford Hotel Group, Marriot Hartford Downtown and Hartford Hilton. Additional thanks to Mandell JCC Pillars Society and Pacesetters.
Tickets to the Closing Jewish Book Festival Signature Event featuring Stephen Tobolowsky are $20 per person, and are on sale at the Mandell JCC Box Office, 860-231-6316,[email protected]. For full festival details, visit www.mandelljcc.org.
The Mandell Jewish Community Center is open to everyone and supported by funds raised by the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford, a recipient of funding from the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Hartford, and a member of the JCC Association of North America. For updates, follow the Mandell JCC on Facebook and Twitter.