You know how it is with celebrities: you don’t hear from them for awhile, you assume they’re dead. Until they put out a bestseller that refutes/justifies/excuses everything they’ve ever done.
Archives for October 16, 2017
The Siege Review: Bethlehem Standoff from the Palestinian Point of View
The Siege, a play dramatizing the 2002 siege by armed Palestinians of the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, is in several ways the exact opposite of Oslo, the last drama about the Palestinian-Israeli conflict to run in New York. Oslo, which won the 2017 Tony for Best Play, was American playwright J.T. Rogers’ attempt […]