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In Broadway’s Gentlest Musical, Hope Strikes Up the “Band”

Egyptian musicians and Israeli townspeople find music and connections beyond politics.

Welcome to Bet Hatikva: “The Band’s Visit”

What an enticing world-music-like original cast CD this one is going to be.

“Oslo”: A Lost Middle East Peace

The characters exist in this imagined scenario but not necessarily the actual dialog.

What Comes Next? Multiple Parties?

Why is America so hung up on its mano a mano election structure?

Obama’s Syria Policy Surrounded, Under Fire

What do you think would work better than Obama's policy? Really: what?

Netanyahu Seeks “A Happy End”

"I don’t presume to tell anyone what to do." Not even in a fictional play starring his brother.

When ISIS Gets Angry

KA-BLAM!!

Six Million Jews Didn’t Die! It Was a “Hoaxocaust!”

"The scariest moment came when I realized how convincing deniers can be."

Up From Anti-Zionism

"We are seeing the beginning of the end of Jewish history in Europe."

Amid Summer Crises, Here’s What Obama Can Do

Opportunity can come from tragedy. Maybe.

Jews in Dire Straits on New York Stages

Three plays currently running delve deeply into Jewish anxieties.

“Jewish Rebel”: Filmmaker Eliyahu Ungar-Sargon

He has produced controversial documentaries about circumcision and about Palestine.

“Don’t Touch My Junk” and Other Holiday Mantras

Talk about a great Secret Santa gift for that weird guy at your office who you just know is a big perv.