‘Babylon Line’ playwright Richard Greenberg talks baseball, “The Exorcist,” reading reviews and having diminished expectations.
Richard Greenberg’s latest play “The Babylon Line” just opened at Lincoln Center. The cast is excellent, but Greenberg’s script is its true star.
Tony Award-winning playwright Richard Greenberg has a freewheeling conversation about baseball, movies, anonymity and finding his theater on a terrorist hit list.
In Richard Greenberg’s new play “Our Mother’s Brief Affair,” Linda Lavin demonstrates her talent at playing Jewish mothers of a certain age. But aside from that, how did you like the play, Mr. Oxfeld?
Shlomo Carlebach appeared on stage this year. So did Dr. Ruth Westheimer, Asher Lev and a passel of other characters. What did they all have in common? This was the year of Jews in transition on and off Broadway.
It’s that time of year again.
Jessica Hecht, who had roles on ‘Friends’ and ‘The Single Guy,’ is also an accomplished Broadway performer. She talks about wanting a bat mitzvah as she grew up in a secular home and being George Wendt’s nanny.