Adults and children ages 12+ must show proof of Covid-19 vaccination to attend in-person programs. Please read our health protocols before coming to 92Y.
Masks must be worn by everyone over the age of 2, regardless of vaccination status.
Adults and children age 12+ must show proof of vaccination upon arrival at 92Y.
Exceptions include patrons with a medical condition or closely held religious belief that prevents vaccination. Please contact your program center or Customer Care if you fall into this category.
If you are currently enrolled in a class, or if your child is about to turn 12 and is not yet vaccinated, please contact your program center for more information.
Thank you for doing your part in helping to keep everyone in our community safe.
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Join Rebecca Schoffer (and her puppets!) for in-person Shababa!
Meet us on 92Y’s rooftop for Shabbat celebration, filled with singing, dancing, movement, play and giving thanks! No experience celebrating Shabbat necessary. You bring the family. We'll bring the challah, good tunes and good vibes!
We feel so grateful to be able to gather in person! Here’s how we’re doing it:
SEE you in SHABABALAND!
For people who still have Shababa Cards. We are still honoring these cards:
Online programs:An access link will be emailed to you after purchase
Adults and children age 12+ must show proof of vaccination upon arrival at 92Y
Rebecca Schoffer is the Director of Jewish Family Engagement and the leader of the Shababa community at 92nd Street Y. She is a musical and experiential Jewish educator, a singer songwriter, cantorial soloist and a playwright of Jewish family theater. Rebecca is a recent recipient of the 2019 Young Pioneers Award from The Jewish Education Project, which celebrates forward thinking innovative educators.
Before her 92Y days, Rebecca worked at the Atlantic Theater Company, where she also taught children’s theater classes and performed in theater for young audiences. She is a al ...
Before her 92Y days, Rebecca worked at the Atlantic Theater Company, where she also taught children’s theater classes and performed in theater for young audiences. She is a alumna of Tufts University and the Atlantic Acting Conservatory. Rebecca brings her background in theater, acting, music and improvisation to her work, creating spaces where hundreds of kids, parents, caretakers and grandparents come together every week to celebrate Jewish life through music, movement and play!
In addition to her weekly Shabbat celebrations, Rebecca also leads 92Y’s Family High Holiday services, baby naming ceremonies, holiday & Shabbat dinners, concerts and many other joyful Jewish celebrations for families. She sings as a cantorial soloist during the 92Y High Holiday season. As a songwriter, Rebecca weaves psalms, prayers and Jewish concepts into contemporary melodies. Her album Shababa of the Heart recorded in collaboration with Karina Zilberman and Toby Singer in 2015, is available on iTunes and Spotify. You can also check out Shababa concerts on 92Y On Demand and YouTube and sing along at home!
Rebecca is a theater director and playwright of family musicals, including Bagels from Benny the Musical and Sammy Spider’s First Mitzvah the Musical! co-written with Joel Esher and based on the beloved PJ Library books by Aubrey Davis and Sylvia Rouss.
Shababa Presents Home Sweet Home
Shababa Thanksgiving Special
International Holocaust Remembrance Day: A Virtual Remembering with 92Y and the Religious Union for Progressive Judaism in Minsk
Shababa Saturday – On the Roof!
Shababa Thursdays – In Person!
High Holiday Family Services (In Person)
High Holiday Family Services (Online)
Sukkot Decorating Party