Haman, Ferdinand and Hitler tried.
Survival now depends on rekindling the romance of a long-estranged couple who can’t stand the sight of each other. The story of good intentions gone awry, and a people who – once again – could be a ‘New York minute’ away from joining the egg cream and the Alabama Beach Mouse.
Their wild ride exemplifies how Jews have always found humor even in the most dire circumstances.
“Has Curb Your Enthusiasm irreverence written all over it.”
Boston Arts Review
“A Hilarious Hybird of Mel Brooks and Ionesco!”
The Jewish Advocate
The Last Jews received a prestigious fellowship from the Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, Boston’s premier theater for new writing. The world premiere played to sold-out houses and received rave reviews.
“The Last Jews asks deep existential questions that cut right to the heart of the questions that we as an American Jewish community are asking ourselves all over the place, all the time.”
Rabbi Eric Gurvis, Temple Shalom, Newton, Massachusetts
“I’m still laughing! Just hysterical night—exactly what the doctor ordered for every Jew in town!”
Steffi Aronson Karp/President LimmudBoston
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