"Yoo hoo, Mrs. Bloom!" Thus spoke Gertrude Berg, better known as Molly Goldberg, who starred in her own hit comedy about the everyday life of a Jewish family in the 1950s. From New York City to a sugar plantation in Louisiana, Gertrude experienced Jewish life and wrote about her world view. While in her teens, she wrote dialogue about her father and grandfather, reciting them to guests at their hotel, leading to her nostalgic television series, The Goldbergs.
Cost: $7 per adult; $3 per student; healthy foods and discussion materials included.