Ethel Sings

Ethel Rosenberg As Joan Of Arc

Special To The Jewish Week
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Whether she was a dastardly spy who betrayed her country, or an innocent victim crushed by rabidly anti-Communist government officials, Ethel Rosenberg certainly had a histrionic flair. In Joan Beber’s play, “Ethel Sings: Espionage in High C,” the infamous Jewish wife and mother becomes a martyr of truly operatic proportions, along with her grandiose alter ego, Joan of Arc. The play opens this week in Soho.

Shelby Kocee as Ethel Rosenberg in Joan Beber’s “Ethel Sings: Espionage in High C.”
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