The Wandering Jew Broadway

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Cosmopolitan Theatre

(New York, NY)
5 Columbus Circle (W. 58th & 59th)
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by Shari Barrett - Oct 20, 2017
The plot unfolds during a public presentation during which The Librarian recounts an impressive amount of Lovely Evidences he accumulated during his worldwide search for answers about the person who returned a long-overdue book, truly a most whirlwind journey that occupied his every waking minute. His obsessive search causes the loss of his long-held and beloved employment as he researches for what he considers to be one of the great mysteries of humanity. Director Steven Robman perfectly paces the show to keep you on the edge of your seat as you ponder just what the gathered evidence seems to prove.
by Juan Michael Porter II - Nov 27, 2019
Watching Ballet Hispánico perform at The Apollo Theatre on November 22nd made one aware of how much there is to feel thankful for in this politically tumultuous time where Latino cultures are frequently maligned by those currently skulking in the White House.
by BWW News Desk - May 7, 2013
"Unfallen" by Juliet Y. Mark (ISBN 1478285540) is a suspenseful new fantasy adventure that explores Adam and Eve's descendants in a unique world where only Eve has been driven from the Garden of Eden.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 14, 2016
LABAlive presents BEHOLD: Beauty on the Stage, featuring three new theatrical shorts and teachings of the ancient Jewish texts that inspired them from LABA artists Joshua Max Feldman, Kendell Pinkney, and Lior Zalmanson and featuring LABA teacher Ruby Namdar on March 17, 206 at 7:30pm at the Theater at the 14th Street Y, 344 E 14th St, New York, NY. Tickets are $20 (drinks included) and can be purchased at www.labajournal.com/theater or by calling 646-395-4310.
by Karen Bovard - Jun 5, 2018
This one character philosophical scavenger hunt of a play has been staged all over the US and Europe since it premiered in 2001. It follows a fictional Dutch librarian who tries to track down the patron who returned a book to the overnight slot 113 year late. Her starting clues include hand written marginalia in the book and a dry cleaning ticket used as a bookmark. That leads her to a pair of abandoned trousers in London. These furnish another hint, and so on….
by BWW News Desk - Jan 9, 2015
A globe-spanning mystery. A library book that's returned late is every librarian's pet peeve, but when that book is 113 years past due it goes from annoying to intriguing. This is how Pacific Theatre's presentation of Rosebud Theatre's production of Underneath the Lintel by Glen Berger begins.
by Chris Gibson - Feb 3, 2016
Over the years I've learned a tremendous amount about the Jewish religion and its traditions through the plays and people I've come in contact with at The New Jewish Theatre. But, I have to admit that I never knew the story of the 'wandering Jew', although I'd grown up with parents who loved flora and fauna, and often had the plant growing outside that was nicknamed for the tale. I brought my son along with me to see the show because I want him to be well rounded and know as much as he can about the belief systems of all cultures. Glen Berger's wonderful play, UNDERNEATH THE LINTEL, is a sort of detective story that is truly, as artistic director Kathleen Sitzer described it; a testament to faith. It achieved precisely what I had hoped it would do as well by provoking an interesting discussion between my son and I as we talked on the way home. This is a very well done production that provides must-see entertainment, while also giving its audience plenty to ponder.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 9, 2014
A globe-spanning mystery. A library book that's returned late is every librarian's pet peeve, but when that book is 113 years past due it goes from annoying to intriguing. This is how Pacific Theatre's presentation of Rosebud Theatre's production of Underneath the Lintel by Glen Berger begins.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 5, 2019
ViSiBLE today announces the world première of Five Characters in Search of a Good Night's Sleep devised by Mike Alfreds and Sonja Linden with the Company, the latter who also directs. Inspired by the wealth of talent among Britain's older actors, ViSiBLE is a theatre company dedicated to creating work that throws fresh perspectives on later life and living longer. The production opens at Southwark Playhouse on 29 April and runs until 23 May.
by Movies News Desk - Dec 4, 2013
The Jewish Museum and The Film Society of Lincoln Center will present the 23rd annual New York Jewish Film Festival at the Film Society's Walter Reade Theater and Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center, Jan. 8-23, 2014.
by Jill Schafer - Aug 6, 2015
Helly my Broadway World Minneapolis friends. I know it's been a while since I've shared anything with you, but that's because I've been all-consumed by the 174-show 11-day festival that is the Minnesota Fringe. If you have not yet sampled from this glorious smorgasbord, don't worry, the fest continues through August 9 with 4-7 shows offered each day at 15 venues in Minneapolis, plus 9 site-specific shows. Believe me, I understand that this can be overwhelming, but I'm here to help. Read on to see a list of my 10 favorite shows of the Fringe so far. Now get out there, open your eyes and your heart and your mind, and see some of the beautiful, challenging, hilarious, disturbing, silly, profound, amazing theater that this festival has to offer.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 29, 2012
OperaUpClose and Eclectic Opera have announced that the judging panel for the live showcase on September 30 will be made up of Mark Ravenhill, Robert Saxton, Glyn Maxwell and James Clutton.