Tales of Djoha - Voices of Sepharad

“People love these stories because they use humor to expose basic human urges like greed, pride, and jealousy. Some of the tales are solely for amusement - others have a sly moral. “
                                                              --David Harris, Artistic Director

     
 


Tales of Djoha: Trickster in Two Worlds weaves together music, dance, shadow puppetry, and theater with a humorous, uncanny look at a folkloric figure shared by Arabic and Jewish communities throughout North Africa, the Balkans, and the Middle East.

For more tales of the trickster Djoha, see the wonderful new publication, Folktales of Joha.


Tales of Djoha: Frequent Questions--Technical Requirements