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Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre, 111 West 46th Street, New York, NY 10036

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Bad Jews

Closed December 29, 2013

'Bad Jews' seasons the fierce battle between Daphna and Liam with enough sharp humor and smart writing to keep us engaged in their fight for moral supremacy.

Charles Isherwood, The New York Times

Why See Bad Jews?

Bad Jews is a new comedy written by Joshua Harmon and directed by Daniel Aukin. It returns to Broadway after a short-but-much-acclaimed run in 2012 to be performed at a larger venue - with its original cast preserving the same chemistry of its premier run.

Set in a cramped New York City apartment, the play tells the tale of a feud amongst a Jewish family which erupts when their Grandfather passes away, leaving a precious Holocaust-era heirloom. Tracee Chimo returns to play Daphna, a role which the New York Times described as "marvelous, startling and savagely funny" and which gives the play many of its sharp wit and cringe-worthy (but still highly humorous) moments.
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Dates

Opening night: 20 September 2013

Run time

One hour 40 minutes long

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Cast

Tracee Chimo as Daphna Feygenbaum
Philip Ettinger as Jonah Haber
Molly Ranson as Melody
Michael Zegen as Liam Haber

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