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211 Star Starred
Theater J at Goldman Theater
1529 Sixteenth Street, NW Washington, DC 20036
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Eat before you see the show. For a quick meal, check out Ansterdam Falafel on 14th St. super yummy and cheap!
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We had made a reservation at Kramer Books' Afterwords. Good food, seasonal menu, informal but capable service. 5:30 or 6 p.m. will give you enough time for dinner before you walk to the theater for a 7:30 curtain.
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17 reviews
3 stars
attended Jun 27 2012

Great subject matter with much potential, unfortunately potential was unrealized. The same connections could be made without such heavy-handed treatment. The actor who played Siegel was excellent and fine support from actor playing Shuster....continued

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17 reviews
22 stars
attended Jun 23 2012

Muddled. Too many themes that didn't come togethet

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15 reviews
6 stars
attended Jun 09 2012

This play was not what I expected. Spoiler alert: though there is humor, this is ultimately a dark play, exploring both the connection between the Holocaust and the need for invulnerability (whether conscious or unconscious) it engendered in the...continued

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This production contains brief, modest nudity.

June 21 will be open-captioning night.

About the Ticket Supplier: Theater J

Theater J has emerged as one of the most distinctive, progressive and respected Jewish theaters in North America by virtue of its ambitious range of programming and the bold, imaginative artistry of its playwrights, directors, designers and actors. A program of the Washington DC Jewish Community Center, Theater J works in frequent collaboration with other components of the Washington DCJCC’s Morris Cafritz Center for the Arts: the Washington Jewish Film Festival, and the Literary and Music Department.