In Celebration of the Holidays
you are invited to a reading of:
Adapted from the novel of
Isaac Bashevis Singer
by Emily Mann
with Richard Fancy, Michael Tulin and Carole Weyers.
There will be a Tea and honey cake reception!
Tickets: All tickets $15
HURRY! 1 PERFORMANCE ONLY!!
SATURDAY, December 17TH at 5PM
or Call (310) 822-8392
to reserve and pay cash at the door
“A Nobel-worthy combination of good-natured mockery and compassion.”
-The New York Times
“Here, at last, is a play that successfully translates Singer’s moody brilliance to the stage.”
– Associated Press
Set in the 1950s on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, MESHUGAH is a comic-tragic portrait of a community of recent Jewish émigrés living in the wake of the Holocaust. When Aaron Greidinger, an aging novelist and advice columnist, falls in love with the young, mysterious mistress of an older friend from his Warsaw past, dark secrets and bizarre twists threaten to break up the unusual romance. Emily Man brings to swirling theatrical life Singer’s poignant love story of lost souls in a world gone meshugah.