FOUR OF NEW YORK'S MOST EXCITING WRITERS, A BRILLIANT YOUNG DIRECTOR, AND SOME OF THE BEST THEATER MINDS ANSWER TWO QUESTIONS:
HOW DOES YOUR JEWISH IDENTITY FEEL DIFFERENT NOW THAN IT DID A YEAR AGO?
WHAT DO YOUR JEWISH IDENTITIES/ETHICS/VALUES CALL UPON YOU TO DO IN THIS MOMENT?
Directed by Pirronne Yousefzadeh
Designed by Joshua Benghiat and Jesse Freeman
- I and J and I by Susan Bernfield
The Kushner/Trump Household on Shabbat. A family and their Secret Service Goy. Uh, Guy.
- This is Global Now by Sarah Gancher
Budapest in 2017. Or is it Budapest in 1944?
- Twilight Visit by MJ Kaufman
Jonah, a Jewish Trans man is visited by a mysterious woman after the Mt. Carmel Cemetery is invaded.
- The White Wedding by Shais Rishon (aka MaNishtana)
It's hard to be the person of color at a Jewish wedding -
especially when the guests keep thinking you're the help.