Girls in Trouble is an indie-folk/art-pop song cycle by musician, poet and Torah teacher, Alicia Jo Rabins.
With this project, Rabins mines the complex and fascinating stories of Biblical women, exploring the hidden places where their lives overlap with her own.
The result: a world of ancient stories brought intimately to life.
Looking to go deeper into the stories behind these songs? Interested in learning or teaching about women in Torah through art? Enjoy downloadable Girls in Trouble study guides on your own, in a small group, or as a teaching tool in a classroom.View all Study guides
“The mixture of reverence, chutzpah, and creative genius in Alicia’s edgy, intelligent interpretations bears comparison
with the rabbis of the classical midrashim and the Hasidic masters.”
Rabbi Jonah C. Steinberg, Jewish Chaplain, Harvard University
“The Girls in Trouble Curriculum is an invaluable resource for teaching midrash in a way that is engaging, authentic, and creative. I’ve personally used it to enhance my classes as well as my own study of Biblical women.”
Rabbi Shoshana Gelfand, London
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March 6 – Girls in Trouble performance at UNC Asheville, NC
Hosted by the Center for Jewish Studies
Location: Humanities Lecture Hall at UNC Asheville
Free and open to the public
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