It’s almost time for our favorite Hallmark holiday! Come celebrate with us at the biggest 20s and 30s Jewish speed dating event in the DC area, the 10th Lox Meets Bagel!
Join NOVA Tribe, EntryPointDC and nearly 100 Jewish young professionals, for 20’s and 30’s speed dating with a twist. You will be individually matched for mini one-on-one dates and mingle with everyone in the room during our Chance At Romance Search.
Register with a friend of the opposite sex and get an extra drink ticket.
This event always sells out in advance!! Make sure to reserve your space as we only have a certain number of male and female spots in order to keep numbers even.
Hang out with the 30’s crowd for happy hour and Theater J’s production of The Wanderers, a funny new drama about love. Stay for a cast talk-back and meet-and-greet with Theater J’s Managing Director, Jojo Ruf
Presented by EntryPointDC and GLOE
Limited number of tickets available! Tickets to this event must be purchased through this link in order to be seated with the group. Tickets must be reserved by February 24th
Happy Hour: 5:30 – 7:10 PM at Dupont Italian Kitchen (1637 17th St NW)
Show: The Wanderers – 7:30 PM at Edlavitch DCJCC (1529 16th St NW). If you’re not joining us for happy hour pick up your tickets at the Theater J box office will-call inside the EDCJCC
Tickets include 1 drink ticket for use at Dupont Italian Kitchen OR Theater J, popcorn treats during the show, play ticket, and exclusive meet-and-greet with Theater J Artistic Director Adam Immerwahr.
About The Wanderers
Esther and Schmuli are Satmar Hasidic Jews embarking on an arranged marriage, despite barely knowing each other. Abe and Julia are high-profile celebrities embarking on a dangerously flirtatious correspondence, despite being married to other people. On the surface, the lives of these two couples couldn’t be more different; but the hidden connections between these seemingly disparate people draw the audience into an intriguing puzzle and a deeply sympathetic look at modern love. From the award-winning writer of Photograph 51 and Actually comes this funny, insightful, and moving new play.