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Goodbye and Good Luck

Goodbye and Good Luck

Amy Coleman brings Aunt Rose to life. Grace Paley is an American icon.  To read Ms. Paley’s fiction is to be awash in the shouts and murmurs of secular Yiddishkeit, with its wild onrushing joy and twilight melancholy. For her, cadence and character went hand in hand:...

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Next Stop

Next Stop

In Lockdown with Esther and Henry Written by Amy Coleman and directed by Gera Sandler, this 24 minutes of mayhem and madness is a perfect reflection of the times we live in. My favorite section is the bit about whom is going to take out the kitty litter.

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Labor Of Life

Labor Of Life

I've been nagging about Hanoch Levin for over two years, and we keep staging the two plays in our repertoire continuously. Here is our latest staging of The Labor Of Life. Oberon Press has just released a 3 volume anthology of his plays. Hopefully this will spur...

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Toyt Fun A Seylsman

Toyt Fun A Seylsman

NYR's Drama Desk nominated production. Moshe Yassurs"s brilliant direction embodied Arthur Miller's original conceptualization of this play as a vision playing out in Willy Loman's s skull. Nominated for best revival and best actor, Moshe deserved a nod as best...

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Awake And Sing

Awake And Sing

From left to right: Ronit Asheri, Moshe Lobel, Lea Kalisch, David Mandelbaum and Eli Rosen. (Photo: Pedro Hernandez)    "A heartbreaking and gorgeous Yiddish version of the classic American play that wrestles with economic disparity in Depression-era New...

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Moshe Yassur on Ionesco

Moshe Yassur on Ionesco

Moshe Yassur directed our production of Rhinoceros and throughout his long career had occasion to meet and work with Ionesco on more than one occasion. At an early rehearsal he reveals to the cast Ionesco's view on theater of the absurd.  A more detailed history of...

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Take Away Spring

Take Away Spring

Gera Sandler put to gether this memorial of the Warsaw ghetto uprising using Zvi Kolitz's "Yosl Rakover Speaks To God "interspersed with song and poetry, From left to right: Macha Fogel, Eli Rosen, Gera Sandler, David Mandelbaum, Amy Coleman, Ronit Asheri-Sandler....

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