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What in the holy hell – is this really real? “Love Wawa®? Love Shabbat? Then you’ll love this! Shabbawa”

Ah performance art… Well since I’ve already typed out the title and am a semi practicing member of the tribe – from an email:

“Combining both of your favorites under one 9,200 square foot roof (the world’s largest Wawa®!), while there may not be any matches, wine or challah,​​ there will be LED candles, carbonated Grape Juice, and Soft Pretzels. We’ll also be reciting all of the Shabbat blessings, so please BYOY. Wawa® doesn’t sell them (Yarmulkes) yet.

Many people consider Wawa® a sacred institution, and Jews wo​​rldwide certainly consider Shabbat to be one as well. So let’s gather ’round the communal table of the first D.C. location (​​Store #6001), and celebrate with all true Wawa® fans at this ​​Shabbat of convenience.
This is the world’s first ​​Wawa® Shabbawa​.

Funded in part by OneTable.

Funded in part by the D​.​C​.​ Commission on the Arts and Humanities, an agency supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Wawa® Shabbawa is an independent production of Brian Feldman Projects, and is not affiliated with, presented, sponsored or supported by Wawa, Inc.

​What: Wawa® Shabbawa

Friday, Feb. 2, 2018 from 7:00-9:00pm

Wawa® Store #6001
1111 19th Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20036
Free Admission
Reserve your seat at:

​About Brian Feldman Projects​:
Brian Feldman is an award-winning performance artist and actor. The recipient of two Arts and Humanities Fellowships in Theatre from the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities (2017, 2018), since 2003 he has presented 300+ performances of 115+ projects at 175+ venues in 25 cities worldwide.”

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