Batsheva Frankel (Acting Teacher) worked in the film industry for over 8 years and was the Artistic Director of the Third Rail Theatre Company. She then began a career in Jewish Education, teaching in Jewish day schools throughout Los Angeles, New York and New Jersey. In addition to teaching Tanach, Jewish history, English and creative writing, Batsheva was the drama director at Valley Torah High School where she directed “The Wizard of Oz” and “A Little Princess”. This is her 4th summer teaching at Kol Neshama. Last year Batsheva directed “The Wise Men of Chelm”, and previously for Kol Neshama she directed “The Groger.” Currently, Batsheva is the Judaic Studies Coordinator and a teacher for Los Angeles Hebrew High School. She is also a writer (her work can be found on www.aish.com among other places), and a performer with the Jewish Women’s Reparatory Company where she was Nicely Johnson in “Guys and Dolls” and Chief Sitting Bull in “Annie Get Your Gun”.
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