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120 W. 46th St.
The story of a first generation American-born son of Holocaust survivors in 1960s Brooklyn, and his journey from denial to acceptance to rebirth. Playwright/performer Jake Ehrenreich weaves stories, tells jokes, and performs the popular music of both his and his parent's generations. Along the way, he demonstrates--from adolescence in Brooklyn, to the classic Catskills, to fatherhood and beyond--how survivors learn to live and laugh again, and the choices we all have. Including a multimedia set and archival video and photos, he weaves philosophy into personal history. Thurs., 7:30; Fri. & Sat., 8; Sat. & Sun., 2. Call or visit website for variations in schedule.