Synopsis

Meshugah

$10.99

Emily Mann from Isaac Bashevis Singer

Published by Dramatists Play Service

3 Male 2 Female

Set in the 1950s on Manhattan's Upper West Side, Meshugah is a tragicomic portrait of a community of recent Jewish émigrés living in the wake of the Holocaust

When Aaron Greidinger, a struggling novelist and advice columnist, falls in love with the beautiful mistress of a friend from his Warsaw past, dark secrets and bizarre twists threaten to break up the unusual romance

Emily Mann brings to swirling theatrical life Singer's poignant love story of lost souls in a world gone meshugah

"Here, at last, is a play that successfully translates Singer's moody brilliance to the stage" - A.P.

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