Waiting For Godot

Waiting For Godot

The ‘Godot’ We’ve All Been Waiting For On a recent Friday evening, I was sitting in Manhattan’s Castillo Theatre, on West 42nd Street, waiting to see a production of Samuel Beckett’s “Waiting for Godot.” As the house lights went down, and the stage...
Death Of A Salesman

Death Of A Salesman

Drama Desk nominations for: Best Revival Best Actor   THE FORWARD Yiddish Breathes New Life Into ‘Death of a Salesman’ Ezra GlinterOctober 16, 2015 Is “Death of a Salesman” a Jewish play? Is Willy Loman, its main character, Jewish? The question has...
God Of Vengeance

God Of Vengeance

Review: In ‘God of Vengeance,’ a Nice Jewish Family Lives Above a Brothel By Charles Isherwood Dec. 29, 2016 Questions of guilt and retribution gnaw ceaselessly at the heart of Yankl (Shane Baker), the central character in Sholem Asch’s “God of Vengeance,” which is...
Awake And Sing

Awake And Sing

Jewwis Telegraphic Agency A classic play sounds more American when it is performed in Yiddish. Go figure. BY ANDREW SILOW-CARROLL DECEMBER 5, 2017 12:19 PM Actors appearing in “Awake and Sing!” from left to right: Ronit Asheri, Moshe Lobel, Lea Kalisch,...
The Labor Of Life

The Labor Of Life

A post-modern classic by Hanoch Levin, a couples recurring life pattern, in a never ending cycle of existential crisis. Levin has been called the Israeli Beckett and is Israel’s greatest playwright to date. And yet his work is virtually unknown in the United...
The Whore From Ohio

The Whore From Ohio

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