It felt like each table was a mini version of one of the twelve tribes. Together we were the Children of Israel. Our Moses and Joshua (Eitan and Avi) led us from the stage in a millennia old recounting of deliverance. Each separate table put on dramatizations of the plagues. During the meal, our resident jazz musicians serenaded the guests with an inspired Passover jam session.

There are a few challenges involved in holding a large Passover Seder as compared with a small intimate family one. We were privileged to reap the fruit of all of the effort put out by those who made it happen. You know who you are. Thanks!


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