Sunday, September 26, @ 8:45 pm
Monday, September 27, 2010 @ 6:30 pm
Bais Yaakov High School
410 Lawrence Ave.
A Light for Greytowers, the first feature-length musical film made exclusively for women and girls (ages 8 and over), has played worldwide and received international press acclaim. Set in Victorian England, Greytowers tells the saga of a Russian Jewish girl abandoned in an English orphanage and at the mercy of its cruel matron, who tries to prevent her from observing her religion. The girl remains true to her faith, and inspires friends in the orphanage. Based on the much-loved young adult novel by the same name, this musical adventure celebrates faith and the power a mother has to instill Torah values in her child.
The film has been shown in film festivals, and in communities around the world. It is appropriate for children, but appeals equally to adults. It is a thoroughly enjoyable experience. This movie completely raises the bar in frum entertainment. There’s really nothing else like it out there.
“Truly a masterpiece… with a powerful message of faith.”
— Binah Magazine
“Inspiring, touching and entertaining!”
— Rebbetzin Baila Stern
Bais Yaakov Passaic
“Entertaining and uplifting…”
— Los Angeles Times
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