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The Open Gate

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Members say: Tolerable, Isaac bashevis singer story with songs

About the show

This new musical follows the fates of a wealthy Jewish businessman and his four daughters in 19th century Poland. A musical adaptation of Nobel Prize-winning author Isaac Bashevis Singer’s novel "The Manor." More…

Poland in the 1860s. As changes of all kinds whirl about, pious small-town Jewish businessman Calman Jacoby makes a grab for the opportunities and gets sucked into the whirlwind of consequences with his entire family in this heartfelt musical.

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Tolerable, Isaac bashevis singer story with songs

See it if you love Isaac Bashevis Singer stories and won't mind mediocre and off-key voices in an overly long production. Good European Jewish history

Don't see it if You want a vibrant musical with pizzazz, a story that goes somewhere, and a play that sets you on fire.

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Typical fees: $8 - $15 per ticket. Can usually choose your own seats. You can save on fees by buying at the physical box office.

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