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This Week in Forward Arts and Culture

  • Jay Michaelson pays a visit to John Zorn’s Masada Marathon at the New York City Opera, and re-interprets the four sons of the Haggadah as characters from “Glee.”

  • Eli Valley re-interprets the four sons in light of the Egyptian Revolution.

  • Philologos has difficulties and questions, both.

  • Meredith Ganzman looks back on the career of Rochelle Slovin, founding director of the Museum of the Moving Image.

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