Production focuses on absurdity of the middle east through the eyes of a Canadian/American novelist.
When an artistic genius is born in an Orthodox Jewish household, his talent comes in conflict with tradition.
The first fringe review is in and it is a winner.
Ownership of a family heirloom allows a brother and sister to stage a battle royal that pits ideology against identity.
T. A. Wellington reviews “The Boy Detective”, a memoir by Roger Rosenblatt looking back on life in New York in the 1940s.
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Competition for sukkah design in New York City invigorates traditional structure