Theater for the New City presents this bleak satire from Hungarian émigré George Tabori about a young neo-Nazi's encounter in a graveyard. More…
In the rarely seen 'Jubilee.' a neo–Nazi youth hellbent on defacing Jewish headstones is visited by a Jewish family and a gay couple, who find deliciously sinister ways to goad the miscreant to move on. 'Jubilee' is part of 'Two by Tabori' and is running in repertory with 'Mein Kampf.'
See it if U really like Tabori's work & curious about the English version but be ready to suffer through a bad play that is misrepresented as satire.
Don't see it if U want an intelligently presented play that is focused & clear. U get annoyed with 2nd rate German translation that missed all the satire!
See it if If you know George Tabori's work or if you can do your research before seeing the show. It is an extremely dark and challenging peice.
Don't see it if You don't know your history and are not interested in theatre that forces you to think.