My Year in Jewish Plays

As I continue to tiptoe around the possibility of writing plays myself–with a special interest in writing plays on Jewish subjects–I’ve been managing to get myself to the theater a little more often. Herewith, the “Jewish plays” I was lucky enough to see–in full production or in staged readings–in 2013.

  • “The Assembled Parties,” by Richard Greenberg
  • “The Law of Return,” by Martin Blank
  • “The Model Apartment,” by Donald Margulies
  • “Bad Jews,” by Josh Harmon
  • “Arafat in Therapy,” by Jeremie Bracka
  • “Becoming Dr. Ruth,” by Mark St. Germain
  • And you? Any encounters with the Jewish stage that you’d like to share from the year just ending?