Published on Feb 29, 2012
The students from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (www.huc.edu)
Year-in-Israel class 2011-2012 present, "The Book of Purim!"
A Purim Parody of "The Book of Mormon"
By Robert Lopez, Trey Parker, & Matt Stone
Executive Producer & Director - Jeremy Gimbel
Assistant Director - Stacy Petersohn
Producer - Arielle Branitsky
Choreographer - Emma Goldin
*Cast (in order of appearance)*
Moreh Price - Daniel Reiser
Morah Gold - Emma Goldin
Morah Green... - Rachel Silverstein
Morah Stein - Lauren Levy
Morah Hirsch - Elle Muhlbaum
Moreh Weiss - Kenny Feibush
Morah Singer - Laura Breznick
Morah Blum - Yael Dadoun
Moreh Kurtz (1) - Jeremy Gimbel
Moreh Kurtz (2) - Michael Danziger
Moreh Rubinshtein - Vladimir Lapin
Rosh Yeshiva of Oz - Marc Ekstrand
Ahashveirosh - Kenny Feibush
Vashti - Lauren Levy
Haman - Marc Ekstrand
Mordechai - Michael Danziger
Esther - Emma Goldin
Original Music & Lyrics:
Robert Lopez, Trey Parker, Matt Stone
Youtube User "esp567" ("Hello" & "Two By Two") and karaoke-version.com ("All Shushanian")
"Hello" rewritten by Jeremy Gimbel
"Two by Two" rewritten by:
Jeremy Gimbel, Stacy Petersohn, Michael Danziger
"All Shushanian" rewritten by:
Jeremy Gimbel & Stacy Petersohn
*Additional Cast & Crew*
Library Secretary - Stacy Petersohn
Confused Library Bystanders - Lenette Herzog, Daniel Alter, Jed Feibush, Samantha Feibush
Josh Auerbach - Himself
Sender of Gift to Friend - Sarah Gimbel
Giver of Tz'dakah - Jessie Wainer
Festive Meal Eaters: Jeremy, Leah, Daniel, Marc, Polly, Adam, Emma, Geoff, Rachel, Sarah
Director of the Director - Sarah Gimbel
Head Seamstress - Joanne Gimbel
This film was shot on the Sony A77 and Nikon D7000, with audio recordings in Garageband, and edited in iMovie on a MacBook Pro.
Jay O'Brien, Elle Muhlbaum, Leah Joseph, the entire cast and crew, the HUC-JIR Jerusalem campus community, our friends and family.
All material not written specifically for the purpose of education and satire in this film is owned by its original authors and copywriter holders.
No Shabbatot were violated in the creation of this film.