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Off-Broadway Review: “A Gambler’s Guide to Dying” Grapples with Universal Truths at 59E59 Theaters

“And yet we have been here. And yet we remain. We remain in the genes of our children, everything we build and destroy, the people we touch, songs we sing, the stories we tell and leave behind. We echo into the ages and that has to be enough because it’s all we have.” – Narrator In the Boy’s “first ever…

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“Midsummer [a play with songs]” at The Clurman Theatre

January 17, 2013 | Off-Broadway > | Tags:

After tackling the problem of evil in his successful 1978 “When Bad Things Happen to Good People,” Rabbi Harold Kushner addressed existentialism, particularly the meaning of life, in his 1986 “When All You’ve Ever Wanted Isn’t Enough: The Search for a Life That Matters.” This latter title could easily be the subtitle of Daniel Grieg’s “Midsummer” currently playing at The…

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