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Code:197 DWB (Driving While Blewish).

solo performance · lumpy-cramp dba, blj productions & poor-man theatre co. · Ages 14+ · family friendly · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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ABBY SCHACHNER certified reviewer June 18, 2016
Benny is a likable, comfortable performer onstage with a great set of pipes and a lot of information to share. he covers a lot of territory, including his Judaism, (bludaism)? but I think he could've actually done a full 45 minutes about being Blewish (and his passion about it etc etc). I mean Benny! I grew up with orthodox relatives, and I don't have half the passion that you do! ... full review
LISA CORDILEONE certified reviewer June 19, 2016
A genuine look at one man's journey finding his way to and within the Jewish faith. Educational and insightful!... full review
CHRISTOPHER PIEHLER certified reviewer June 20, 2016
A fun and Fringey combination of harrowing and funny personal narrative with a capella music sung in many languages!... full review
DANIELA POMPEU certified reviewer June 25, 2016
I think every performer should write a piece like this! Telling us and their own selves their story, enjoyed it a lot.... full review
STEPY KAMEI certified reviewer June 04, 2016
tagged as: Brave · contemporary
An interesting and thoughtful reflection on what it's like to be Black and Jewish. ... full review
DANIEL FAIGIN certified reviewer June 05, 2016
tagged as: kvell judaism
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