Middle East Festival Coverage in the Paper That Truly Cares The Most

Nice to know that one paper really pays attention to the depth and breadth of our Israel programming when it comes to planning readings and one-off performance pieces. The Washington Jewish Week and, in particular Lisa Traiger, take the time to really look at what we’re doing not on our mainstage, but in feeder programming and in festival extras that round out the work and broaden the portraiture of what we’re presenting. I think they get it right in this piece, as far as it goes. Alas, nobody’s talking about the Yoni Play — TO PAY THE PRICE — So we’ll have to post a whole separate piece about that (though you can read about it after the Washington Jewish Week piece). Here’s the WJW preview of our Voices From a Changing Middle Festival, 2011 edition.

And here’s the play I wish Lisa’d written a little bit more about. But we’ll get to that. We’ll get to each.

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