Rothman's considerable strengths, as a writer and performer, make this show worth taking in.
Varon’s gift is that he wraps it up in a bow and delivers it to you. That he puts a San Francisco patina on the old country (aka NYC) is one more balm for us displaced right coasters.
Seventeen different voices, each with a different perspective, sketch out unexpected boundaries of moral culpability in Oakland.
I’ll be dropping notes into the suggestion box at work that my employer get Josh Kornbluth to emcee their next event, Wavy Gravy to deliver the benediction, Sarah Felder to juggle in Yiddish and Artistic Director Stephanie Weisman to make the kugel.