Traveling Jewish Theatre's homage to Yiddish is nothing to kvetch about.
Traveling Jewish Theatre doesn't rediscover the "Jewish essence" of Arthur Miller's play, but we won't kvetch about it too much
A thrilling slap in the face to anyone who has ever said theater is dead
Spend the holidays in Chelm
A profusion of styles held together with a potent, familiar legend
Skillful, sharp vignettes awash in beautiful music, but lacking forward motion
Three bumbling, stone-broke idiots trying to scrape up the dough to fight "weapons of mass aggravation"
What would happen if we stopped paying attention to the night sky?
This retelling of the biblical tale of blind faith carries new relevance today
Traveling Jewish Theater interprets the life of Moses
Speed-the-Plow; Goodbye and Good Luck/ The Jewbird