America’s most daring and insightful playwright tried to warn us that we were going haywire. By making him a hate object, American theater has made us all poorer.
Jay, who died over the weekend, gives a dramatic reading of Silverstein’s ode to him, ‘The Game in the Windowless Room’
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And, naturally, gets slammed by the left’s cultural kommissars
New Israeli films and the occasional siren at the Jerusalem Film Festival
The Bluths, returning this weekend for a fourth season, are the Jewish world’s archetypal family
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Lacquer screens, silk pillows, even statues of Buddha—when it comes to decorating their homes, why do so many Jews look to Asia for inspiration?
They can have their ham and their goose
David Mamet’s The Secret Knowledge, an assault on liberal values and politics, should be viewed not as a polemic but as a yet-to-be-written play about his usual subjects: scams and hustlers
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David Mamet draws a cartoon
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‘THE SCENE MUST BE DRAMATIC’
‘Race’ tackles just that