Here’s a very cute headline, if you remember the title of Deb Margolin’s Madoff-Wiesel play:
Gotta hand it to the young guns at City Paper. We pretty much shared this info with the Post first, but it’s a busy world out there, I guess. So this is the first part of what’s turned out to be an exciting news day (not to mention Simcha-Torah, for which I’ve done shamefully little — hell, nothing, except facebook, email, and yogic breathing).
There are some questions that we’ll actually discuss tomorrow night after the 8 PM performance of SOMETHING YOU DID. I’ll be joined on stage by Ron Radosh which should be an interesting discussion in its own right. Ron’s on stage with us because of his appreciation of the play, even while hewing much closer to the Eugene Biddle perspective of the play. Ron brought the play to David Horowitz’s attention, and that’s how we got to the disputation we’re currently reading about.
Reading Ron and David is a reminder of just how bracing, and dramatic, and theatrical, reading energized, swaggering rhetoric can be — especially when you disagree with it! Should be a fascinating discussion.
There’s more news to share — and Ron’s posting of today on his site gives us a taste of it. But we’ll refrain from jumping into the mix for a bit.
See? We give voice to all sides. And we’re discreet!