Mazel Tov to Camp Ramah in Wisconsin staff alumna Sigal Samuel on publishing her debut novel, “The Mystics of Mile End”!
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Ben Platt Performs in “Dear Evan Hansen” for DC Alumni
40 Ramah alumni and friends came out in Washington DC to celebrate Camp Ramah in California alumnus Ben Platt’s starring role in the hit new musical, Dear Evan Hansen, making […]
Ami Yares: From Camp Musicals to the Grateful Dead
Ami Yares has been making headlines for his incredible project translating the Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia’s music into Hebrew.
Reflections on “From Camp Ramah to Broadway,” David Offit
I’m still a little bit on cloud nine from Sunday night! I shrieked with excitement when I first heard about the possibility of an event centered on Broadway stars and […]
Ariella Dalfen: Turns Up the Heat in “Chopped”
Ramah Nyack alumna Ariella Dalfen made an appearance on the hit Food Network show, Chopped, on April 14 in an episode entitled “First Responders”, featuring police officers and paramedics.
Ben Platt: Starring in World Premiere of “Dear Evan Hansen”
Mazel Tov to Camp Ramah in California alumnus Ben Platt on winning the starring role in the world premiere of Dear Evan Hansen, a new musical written by Benj Pasek […]
Saul Blinkoff: Filmmaker With Philly Roots Animates Jewish Ideas
Have you ever looked for “Easter Eggs”, or hidden messages, in Disney or Pixar films? Camp Ramah in the Poconos alumnus and director/animator Saul Blinkoff is working to make sure […]
Joshua Kulp and Jason Rogoff: Reconstructing the Talmud
Joshua Kulp and Jason Rogoff, long time Ramah alumni and currently the scholars-in-residence at Camp Ramah in New England and Camp Ramah in the Berkshires, respectively, have published a unique […]
Ramah and Etgar Keret in Jerusalem
Ramahniks young and not-so-young gathered at Bayit VeGan on January 25 to celebrate the renowned Israeli author Etgar Keret. Over 100 alumni and friends attended the event, which was the […]
Hannah Roodman: Project 2×1
Hannah Roodman has successfully integrated cutting edge technology with tikkun olam through Project 2×1, the first documentary shot on Google Glass, exploring the cultures of the West Indies and Hasidic […]