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220 Star Starred
Theater J at Edlavitch DCJCC
1529 Sixteenth Street, NW Washington, DC 20036
202-777-3210
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"The Admission"
18 ratings
4.5 average rating
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13 events
1 review
4 stars
attended Mar 27 2014

Goldstar provided excellent seats. The play is extraordinary. An unexpected post-performance panel discussion was with superstars on the subject matter. "Loved it" does not properly characterize the experience, as the play is controversial and...continued

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203 reviews
49 stars
attended Apr 05 2014

It was a workshop, and they were collecting the audience's feed back of the play. Personally I didn't know the history or the background of that region, so it was very educational. The actors were passionate and really portrayed characters. I'm...continued

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62 reviews
7 stars
attended Mar 29 2014

This experience has to be evaluated on two levels: (1) Should a "Jewish" theater present a play that examines a controversial period in Israeli history and that suggests that Israeli soldiers may have committed atrocities in 1948? (2) How does it...continued

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Description

The running time is two hours including a 15-minute intermission.

There’s a post-show discussion following each performance.

Voices From A Changing Middle East Festival 

A Workshop Presentation 

Produced in collaboration with the Cameri Theatre and the Arab-Hebrew Theatre of Jaffa 

By Motti Lerner 

Directed by Sinai Peter 

Featuring Leila Buck, Hanna Eady, Danny Gavigan, Elizabeth Jernigan, Kimberly Schraf, Michael Tolaydo and Pomme Koch 

Theater J 3-Play Subscription <em>Copenhagen</em> <em>The Christians</em> Mariah Carey Evangel Christmas Celebration 2016 <em>Into the Woods</em> <em>Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical</em> <em>Black Side of the Moon</em> <em>Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley</em> Septime Webre's <em>The Nutcracker</em> <em>The Secret Garden</em> <em>Carousel</em> <em>The Second City's Nut-Cracking Holiday Revue</em>