Jessica Fleitman

Jews And Hues

06/05/2012
Special To The Jewish Week

Colorblind people see the world in a different way. In Jessica Fleitman’s “Deuteranomaly,” now playing at the Planet Connections Theater Festivity, a Jewish family struggles with a son’s visual deficit. Based on the scientific term for a relatively mild form of colorblindness — which affects mostly men, making it difficult for them to distinguish between red and green — “Deuteranomaly” uses the boy’s condition as a metaphor for the flaws in human relationships.

Dee Dee Friedman and David J. Goldberg in Jessica Fleitman’s “Deuteranomaly.” Paula D’Alessandris
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