Broke Wide Open

Searching For Himself, And His Birth Mother

10/03/2012
Special To The Jewish Week

Is any human need deeper than the need to know where we came from? In Rock Wilk’s one-man show, “Broke Wide Open,” directed by Stephen Bishop Seely, the poet and performance artist explores his conflicted identity about the time he was given away at birth and then adopted by Jewish parents. The play opens this weekend at the 45th Street Theatre for a month-long run.

Rock Wilk in a scene from “Broke Wide Open”  Serge Cashman
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