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YI Love Play Readings and the Galbut Family Miami Beach JCC present a play reading of “The Lincoln Continental” by Kathy Kafer

The Lincoln Continental By Kathy Kafer

Live in-person play reading at the Galbut Family Miami Beach JCC Simkins Family Campus

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888-YILOVEJ. 888-945-6835

The story of a father, a daughter and the car that drives their relationship over three decades.

Starring: Avi Hoffman

Directed by: Tara Weidenfeller

COVID Policy

All guests age 2 and over are required to wear a mask that completely covers the nose, mouth and under the chin except when eating or drinking in designated areas, or otherwise noted in program description.

All guests age 18 and over, are required to present either proof of vaccination (printed or digital) or a negative result of a COVID-19 PCR test (taken no more than 72 hours (3 days) prior to the program/event) before entering the Galbut Family Miami Beach JCC Simkins Family Campus unless otherwise noted in program description. At-home tests and rapid tests are not accepted. Full vaccination is defined as the completion of second dose at least 14 days prior to the program date.

Any special conditions or policy changes for upcoming events including face coverings, proof of vaccinations or COVID-19 test requirements, will be sent directly to participants and updated regularly on the JCC website, JCConline.com.

Participants are responsible for communicating the testing requirements to all members of their party or anyone to whom they have purchased tickets for.

If, within 14 days prior to your visit to the Galbut Family Miami Beach JCC Simkins Family Campus, you and/or members of your party have been in contact with anyone diagnosed with COVID-19 or are experiencing flu-like symptoms, we ask that you please stay home.

There is always a risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public place where people are present. The Galbut Family Miami Beach JCC Simkins Family Campus realizes that it cannot eliminate all risk but is committed to minimizing the risk to those coming to our facilities. Our efforts, however, do not replace important practices to keep yourself well, including vigilant hand hygiene and staying home when symptomatic.

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