Thursday, July 30, 2015 Av 14, 5775
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"Out of Sight" - out of … mensch? It's the complete opposite as Sara Felder proves on stage where her one-woman show of a thousand feminine angles angles for the truth. Being a woman, after all, is a juggling act, so is it really any surprise that "Out of Sight" is out of the ordinary as she juggles God, Israel...
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Puss 'n Boots? As long as those boots are Manolo Blahnik. It's all the shoe business you never saw in "Cats": Philadelphia native Kenny Finkle's "Indoor/Outdoor" offers yet another look at a day in the nine lives of the feline phenomenon that has clawed its way into America's id, where cat people are scarier than anything Paul Schrader could have...
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Just what would Wagner say? Doesn't matter; Israelis are saying ken to "Springtime for Hitler," the masterpiece of mishugas and the centerpiece of "The Producers," which just opened to SRO - Smoking Room Only - in a Tel Aviv theater. According to a news-wire report, Israeli audiences - who wag their finger, the third one - at anyone even suggesting...
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"Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World"? Keep looking; Albert Brooks hasn't found it. Certainly, his current so-called comedy is bereft of it. Maybe it's hidden under one of the barkas the characters of the film wear. What "Comedy" does is wearisome. Based on the premise that the best way to disarm the enemy is to nuke 'em with nuggets...
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Going for the ''Golda'' Valerie Harper primed for her portrayal of Israel''s legendary prime minister
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What’s “Golda’s Balcony” but Molly Goldberg’s stoop with a vertical view of breaking news rather than bleak Brownsville. Ah, but what a view! And as Golda Meir stoops to conquer, Valerie Harper steps into the role as if she were born to do so. From “Rhoda” to “Golda,” Harper’s planted her feet solidly on Mother Earth characters, whether they be...
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