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‘Bad Jews’ A Very Funny Biting Comedy About Family Not Being Jewish Enough

“Bad Jews” written by Joshua Harmon is a savage and ferociously hysterically funny play about family, faith, legacy and a “Chai” (a gold ornament of the Hebrew word which means living), now playing at the Odyssey¬†Theatre in Los Angeles. Self … Continue reading

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‘The Red Dress’ A Powerful Play About Forbidden Love in Nazi Germany

‘The Red Dress’ written by Tania Wisbar is a semi-autobiographical play that tells the story of Tania’s mother, Eva who was born in Berlin Germany during the Nazi era and lived thorugh the tumultous years when Hitler tried to form … Continue reading

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‘Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally’ There Hasn’t Been a Phone Invented Like This One

‘Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally’ is an extremely funny, sad and highly original coming of age story written by playwright Kevin Armento and directed by Peter Richards. The play features an unconventional narrator: the phone belonging to a troubled … Continue reading

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