All posts tagged Moira Blumenthal

Isaac’s quest for identity

Join Isaac Adams as he embarks on a search to answer questions about his heritage and religion in Shalom’s annual play, The God of Isaac, opening at the Eternity Playhouse, Sophie Deutsch reports.

Messing with morals

In the upcoming production of The Man in the Attic, a German couple deceive a Jewish man who they are hiding into thinking that the Nazis have won the war. Incredibly, the play is based on a true story.

Yom Limmud set for Sydney

Across one immersive day of thought-provoking sessions set for Sunday, June 17 in Sydney, Yom Limmud will celebrate Jewish identity, raise difficult questions and provoke stimulating discussion.

Reigniting the Wagner debate

The play You Will Not Play Wagner is set around the controversy of playing the music of German composer Richard Wagner in Israel, due to his Nazi sympathies. You Will Not Play Wagner challenges the audience, writes theatre reviewer Brad Syke.

Playing up the Wagner debate

'You Will Not Play Wagner' is set in Tel Aviv, where Ya’akov, a young Israeli upstart played by Benedict Wall, causes a storm by selecting to perform Wagner in the finals of an international competition for conductors.

Chosen on the stage

THE Australian premiere of The Chosen – a story of family, faith and friendship adapted from Chaim Potok’s famous novel – is being staged at Shalom College, UNSW from August