Spinoza's Solitude Explores the Excommunication of a Great Philosopher
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The last date listed for Spinoza's Solitude was Sunday April 1, 2012 / 10:30am.
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Inspired by Arthur Miller's classic family drama All My Sons, The Admission finds wartime secrets threatening to explode within a close-knit clan in Haifa. Injured during his military service in Lebanon, an Israeli professor's romance with a Palestinian woman leads him to suspect that his father may be trying to cover up past tragedies with a new battle-site construction project. Written by the acclaimed Motti Lerner (Pangs of the Messiah), this workshop production, staged by a team of Israeli, Arab, Jewish-American and Arab-American artists, explores the difficulties of building peace in the future while the ghosts of history still haunt the present. Learn More
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Featured review from Nancy MillsRed Velvet
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Probably would have liked this more had I not already seen New Jerusalem--a fully produced and wonderful play about essentially the same topic. Having said that, it was interesting to see a play during its development stage. And some of the actors were quite good. Others definitely still need a lot of rehearsing! The JCC is doing a number of events about Spinoza. Great idea.
Directed by Christopher Gallu
Featuring Rena Cherry Brown, Ed Christian, Will Cooke, Daniel Flint, Ashley Ivey, K. Clare Johnson, Tim Rogan and Betsy Rosen