Moshe Safdie, whose exhibit of architectural designs is on display in Manhattan, receives little attention from Israel.
The Dutch master intentionally stayed away from blond and northern European depictions of Jesus. Instead, he used Jewish models to create a more historically correct image.
Elizabeth Rich as Rosalind Franklin in ‘Photograph 51.’ Photo by Stan Barouh.
It is sadly fitting that in a play about language’s inability to explain political and religious differences, set design and subtitles conspired to thwart the actors.
Although they aren’t nearly as dysfunctional as the narrator and the old man with the “vulture eye” in Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart” or Allie and Hedy in “Single White Female,” Oscar Madison and Felix Ungar make up a lousy pair of roommates in Neil Simon’s The Odd Couple.