The glorious and painful truth about heroes is that they never die. Glorious because their moments of triumph and wonder can live on moment after moment, memory after memory, into the infinite vaults of storytelling.
Archives for January 13, 2016
The critic Sneer (Robert Dorfman) is an argumentative, dyspeptic man with a heart of rubble, who is never more happy than when he is in distress and telling you about it. His colleague Dangle (John Ahlin) is — well, let’s just say it: a pompous horse’s behind, who is bored witless by newspaper stories about […]
Aaron Davidman, whose Wrestling Jerusalem is onstage now at Mosaic Theater, is no stranger to the issues affecting Israel, having been a frequent visitor over the years, and it was always his desire to use his artistic side to explore what the land truly meant to the Jewish community.