Cabaret Émigré

Losing Yourself, Finding Yourself

Special To The Jewish Week

No one has articulated the plight of the immigrant better than Moses, who dolefully called himself a “stranger in a strange land.” That description would undoubtedly resonate with the characters in Sophia Romma’s absurdist new play, “Cabaret Émigré.” 

L-R: Carolyn Seiff, Grant Morenz, Allan Mirchin. Gestapo general trapped in Hell with grandparents of Jewish WWII soldier. Adele
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