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Rebecca  Fletcher, 


Rebecca Joy Fletcher is an internationally recognized playwright, actress, singer and educator. The New York Times calls her work “richly rounded and eventually heartbreaking.” Ordained as a cantor, Rebecca now devotes herself full-time to touring and teaching.  Highlights include her hit off Broadway show Kleynkunst!, her bilingual show Metropolis which premiered in Paris in 2012; Cities of Light, which has been presented around the world, including productions in Jerusalem, Chicago, and London; and Ringing True, which premiered at the Miami Theater Center in 2016.  A seasoned Jewish and arts educator, Rebecca has served as teacher, lecturer and artist-in-residence at universities, synagogues, and schools around the US. Her grants and awards include a Wexner Foundation collaboration grant, a Theatre Communications Group-ITI grant for research and performances in Warsaw, a Confidence Foundation grant for research in Israel, and a European Association for Jewish Culture grant for work in Paris. Rebecca is a proud member of the Association for Jewish Theater, the Wexner Graduate Fellowship, the American Conference of Cantors, and ROI, an international network of entrepreneurs. She performs with the award-winning NYC troupe Kabarett Kollectif.  She also works as experiential educator for The ARK, Chicago's oldest Jewish poverty relief organization.