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Stamp Your Feet; Make Some Noise

Tablet invites you to a Broadway-inspired Purim Spiel

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If you’re reading this, there is a better than average chance you enjoy show tunes, but maybe are weary of Purim Spiels that lack the razzle dazzle you so crave.

We have heard your cries. From producer Jesse Oxfeld, writer Rachel Shukert and Tablet Magazine, the people who brought you Everything’s Coming Up Moses and Eight Days More, comes the cure for your woes: Don’t Cry For Me, Ahashuerus, a Broadway-themed Purim Spiel entirely likely to temporarily cure your fears of death and intimacy. And maybe then Stacy will come back into your life.

With Jackie Hoffman as Esther and Seth Rudetsky as Hamen (both of whom were forced to soak in Myrrh for six months before seeing the script) please join us at the 92Y Tribeca on Wednesday, March 7th at 7:30 PM. Tickets available now.

Don’t Cry For Me, Ahasuerus [92Y Tribeca]

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Stamp Your Feet; Make Some Noise

Tablet invites you to a Broadway-inspired Purim Spiel

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