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Rotation.org Writing Team Purim: The Story of Esther A "Purim Spiel" (Drama) Workshop About the "Spiel" The re-enactment of the Esther's story is one of the highlights of any Festival of Purim. One particularly fun re-enactment tradition is known as the "Purim Spiel, or "Sphiel." "Spiel" is pronounced "speel," and is the Yiddish/Jewish word for a comic or satirically told story. In a Purim Sphiel, congregants dress up (many quite outrageously) as characters in the story and participate both...


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