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Ad-blocker plugin detected We have detected that you are using an Ad-blocker plugin. Log in to TSR Login failed! Click here to try again Forgot Password? Davis approached her pianist friend Jeremy Erman to help her arrange some original melodies. Together they wrote 14 songs. To take the music from page to the stage, the trio turned to trusted friend and director Masha Farber, founder of TheatreGames, a Russian-language theater school in Palo Alto. Farber, who immigrated from Russia with her two sons 26 years ago, wanted to create a community for children of immigrants, where they could continue learning the language and traditions of their home country and also find common ground in the United States.
The play is "squeaky clean, so it's good for audiences from four to ," Yacowitz said. Farber staged the original version of "Jeans! The musical is especially timely, because of the current conversation around immigrants in America. While Strauss and Davis were not exactly like the immigrants coming here today, they share some common experiences, Yacowitz said. Davis, the man who thought to add rivets to the pockets of denim work pants, had no connections when he came to the United States.
He was "innovative, dogged in his pursuit" of his goals, and his eventual collaboration with Strauss -- the dry goods purveyor who supplied Davis with the denim in the first place -- helped cement their success. When they wrote the play, the conversation around immigration was not as heated as it is today, but "it was in our hearts," Davis said. And with a cast comprising the children of immigrants, this story is even more powerful.
With Levis as a symbol of "American-ness," this musical contributes a positive message in a time when conversations become difficult around what it means to be American. It reminds us about where we came from and where we can still go, if only we embrace the diversity of our nationality.
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