"The Last Jew of Boyle Heights" comes alive in the Industrial East side of Los Angeles. Three survivors meet on a factory floor, set amongst deportations, poor wages, and fading memories.
See it if you are interested in labor history. There are Interesting comparisons between Holocaust survivors and undocumented Hispanics.
Don't see it if you dislike long speeches that do not progress the play. The fairly predictable plot seems to exist solely to support the author's opinions.
See it if Once a center for Jewish business, Boyle Heights now part of the Bario. Intertwined stories of opportunities for Jewish & Mexican immigrants
Don't see it if Compassion for immigrants is needed as Jewish entrepreneurs and labor organizers once were.