Limmud NZ 2021 has ended
Learn and laugh with us this June!

LIMMUD LIVE | Saturday 12 June @The Ship, Herne Bay
LIMMUD | Sunday 13 June @Diocesan School for Girls, Epsom

Online registration has now closed for LIMMUD NZ but you can still click here to book for LIMMUD online-only tickets! You can also turn up on Sunday morning and pay on the day to register for LIMMUD. Please note that there is no on-the-night registration for LIMMUD LIVE.

All sessions are available to Limmud NZ participants. To see which sessions are available to Limmud Online participants, click here.

Continue your LIMMUD OZ+NZ experience by connecting to Sydney sessions online from Sunday 7pm NZT until the end of the festival late Monday night. To see which Sydney sessions are available online, click here!
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Deb Filler

Deb is an international actor, writer/performer and character artist whose comic one woman shows include her 36 character solo show, ‘Punch Me in the Stomach’ which debuted off Broadway at New York Theatre Workshop and toured the world for 12 years. ‘Filler Up!’ where she bakes a loaf of challah bread onstage was debuted at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and later performed off West End in London. She's produced, written and performed in film, television and on stages across the globe including Jerusalem, London, Sydney, L.A., Sao Paolo, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Vancouver, Melbourne, Toronto, Auckland et cetera. Teaching credentials include Brown University, Humber College, Queen’s College, The Actors’ Program and Toi Whakaari.  Deb played Leah Kimhi in the critically acclaimed ‘Birds of a Kind’ at the Stratford Theatre Festival, Celia in Alan Bennett's ‘Talking Heads’ and The Woman in Arthur Miller’s ‘Death of a Salesman’ in Yiddish. She played the Rabbi in The Handmaid’s Tale and wrote ‘Mr Bernstein,’ an award winning short film. Deb runs humour workshops internationally, is a motivational speaker and has a blast making people laugh all over the world.

My Speakers Sessions

Sunday, June 13

1:30pm NZST