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‘The Long View’: A Look at Motti Lerner’s ‘After the War’...

It's a lot like Ibsen's play, A Doll's House, when Nora sounded the door-slam heard round the world. A similar shocking noise punctuates the end...

Magic Time! ‘After the War’ at Mosaic Theater Company of DC

"A prophet is not without honor except in his own country, among his own relatives, and in his own house,” said a certain prophet...

SPINE: Theatre, Culture, and History in the Belly of the Beast:...

I recently experienced Motti Lerner's The Admission, Theatre J's production remounted by Busboys & Poets at Studio Theatre (my review is here). The controversy...

‘The Admission’ at The Studio Theatre

In playwright Motti Lerner’s provocative and relevant play, The Admission, now playing at The Studio Theatre (as originally produced by Theater J), the question...

‘Golda’s Balcony’ at Theater J

There’s not a long list of great actors who, through their indelible bravura depiction of a great historical figure in a solo performance, warrant...

Film Review: ‘The Unknown Known’

  SUBJECT: What You Know There are known knowns. There are known unknowns. There are unknown unknowns. But there are also unknown knowns—that is to say, things that you...

‘The Admission’ at Theater J by John Stoltenberg

As many who follow local theater news know, Theater J’s production of The Admission has been preceded by an offstage drama—a who’s-right/who’s-wrong argument, a what-really-happened/what-really-didn’t-happen controversy...

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