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Rated by 21 members
Annette Mann
Review from Annette Mann
Red Velvet 281 events 252 reviews

A wonderful play for Jews and non-Jews. It explores the strength and vulnerability of faith of any religion. Like “Fiddler on the Roof”, this is Jewish 101 for those who aren’t. The acting is wonderful. The story creates lots of opportunity for...continued

reviewed Apr 27 2019 report as inappropriate
jpies
Review from jpies
431 events 78 reviews

Very good performances of a thought-provoking play. Not really a comedy, tho there are some good laughs.

reviewed Mar 30 2019 report as inappropriate
Scott
Review from Scott
71 events 49 reviews

This show was fantastic. Great acting and very thought provoking. Don’t miss it!!!

reviewed Apr 27 2019 report as inappropriate
TioMatteo
Review from TioMatteo
3 events 2 reviews

It's a beautiful story of connection, faith and support. I loved the way it unfolded and thought the performances were stellar, especially Pamela Heffler.

reviewed May 03 2019 report as inappropriate
Melanie Bayer
Review from Melanie Bayer
3 events 1 review

Fabulous show. Very inspiring. Too bad we saw the last performance yesterday!

reviewed May 12 2019 report as inappropriate
N Citronmansfield
Review from N Citronmansfield
1 event 1 review

The acting is fantastic, I felt like I was not in a theatre but a fly on the wall listening to the Rabbi and the "Bar Mitzvah Boy." The story is both inspirational and heartbreaking. A thought provoking and entertaining experience.

reviewed Apr 05 2019 report as inappropriate
Melanie Prager
Review from Melanie Prager
1 event 1 review

The play was written extremely well. The acting was great, the transitions between scenes were very efficient. It cannot be simple for two people to carry a play for a whole 90 minutes and the two actors did an exceptional job!

reviewed May 09 2019 report as inappropriate
Nancy Milholland
Review from Nancy Milholland
2 events 1 review

This was a well written play with an outstanding cast of two. It moved at a natural pace with an engaging plot, lots of humor and pathos. The relationship between the two characters was genuine - it was superbly cast - and the audience was fully...continued

reviewed Apr 27 2019 report as inappropriate
D Reed
Review from D Reed
1 event 1 review

While the religious context of the play is Jewish, the play is not about Judaism so much as it is about the various challenges to faith that life's tragedies present. The play manages deftly not to limit itself only to one religion's view of faith...continued

reviewed Apr 28 2019 report as inappropriate