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Estelle Singerman

Playwright David Rush

Playwright David Rush

Estelle Singerman

Directed by David Winitsky

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Magical realism in the Chicago night as force-of-nature Estelle whisks Warren to a gaggle of unexpected spiritual guides. When the sun rises, who will say the Kaddish? 


WINNER OF THE 2013 JEWISH PLAYWRITING CONTEST!!!

The greatest thing about David’s sweet adult fable is it’s range of characters - each deeply seated in their own faith and spiritual traditions - and at all times, each one chooses to respect different beliefs as vital and necessary. We could all learn a lot from Seymour the Buddhist giraffe.
— Artistic Director David Winitsky

David Rush (Playwright) has had productions of his plays at such theaters as Stage Left, Mark Taper Forum, GeVa Theater, Manhattan Theater Club, andothers. His plays have won and/or placed in national contests andreceived a variety of awards, including Chicago Jeff’s and a Los Angeles Drama Logue. He has had workshops and readings at Utah Shakespeare Festival, Odyssey, Dayton Playhouse, Orlando Shakespeare, Abindgon, and others. His work has been published by Playscripts and Dramatic Publishing. He has received Illinois Arts Council grants and was a writer in residence at the Inge Center in 2010. His two texts A STUDENT GUIDE TO PLAY ANALYSIS and BUILDING YOUR PLAY, are used by many universities. Check his website: 

David Winitsky (Director) is the founder of the Jewish Plays Project, a collaborator with StorahTelling,  and a PresenTense New York City Fellow. He has directed or assisted on Broadway, off-Broadway, and regionally at Papermill Playhouse, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, California Shakespeare Festival and Philadelphia Theatre Company.  NYC: Displaced Wedding (New Worlds Theatre Project),  A Wonderful Flat Thing. (14th St Y), Dominic D'Andrea's One Minute Play FestivalBrooke Berman's Until We Find Each Other (Midtown International, produced by Oscar-winner Mara Kassin). Regional: Douglas Adam's The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (What Exit?), and Javier Malpica's Our Dad is in Atlantis (Playwrights Theatre).  MFA in Directing from Northwestern, BA in Mathematics from Cornell. Member: Lincoln Center Directors Lab and Emerging Artists Theatre. David is the proud husband of playwright and painter Elizabeth Samet, father to Ezekiel (12) and Alexander (9), and a long-suffering Philadelphia Eagles fan.