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The Russian and the Jew
Midtown W
81

The Russian and the Jew NYC Reviews and Tickets

81%
(6 Reviews)
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Members say
Entertaining, Clever, Funny, Great acting, Absorbing

About the Show

A political fairy tale that explores anti-Semitism and misogyny through a female friendship in the Soviet Union in 1968, underlining the eternal question of fidelity to one's self, one's partner, and one's country. 

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Resonant, Entertaining, Clever

See it if You want a show about Russia and the country in its waning period and the people that were effected. Characters who move in and out constant

Don't see it if Ly. If you want a big open stage production or something more lavish or something more light.

86
Smart, Entertaining, Well played, Challenging, Wise

See it if you'd like to see a smart, engaging account of what Russians, especially Russian Jews, had to endure in the waning days of the Soviet Union.

Don't see it if the idea of 6 lively actors moving almost constantly in & out of a very small space that you share with them scares you. Read more

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