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AMERICAN THEATER MAGAZINE ARTICLE

Read about Rosalind Productions in AMERICAN THEATRE MAGAZINE’s leading feature article “WHAT WOMEN WANT”:

“Google “women theatre companies” these days, or go to the website of the Fund for Women Artists, and you find the names of numerous not-for-profit groups across the country dedicated to women making theatre, or to stories dramatized from women’s perspectives. … many others have emerged since 2000: … Rosalind Productions, Inc. in Los Angeles; …

“The motto of Rosalind Productions is “Entertain. Empower. Enlighten.” In spring ’07, the troupe staged an all-female As You Like It set in the Wild West, a co-production with the Los Angeles Women’s Shakespeare Company.”

— Alexis Greene, “What Women Want,” TCG’s American Theatre; Page 62, Vol. 25, No. 2, Feb 2008

THE LAST SEDER PRESS

Cast members Greg Mullavey and Gaby Hoffmann at the opening night party for The Last Seder

Black Tie, “On the Town With Aubrey Reuben” 12/08/12

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“Gaby Hoffmann is picking up a stranger at Penn Station….This is not how one might recall Hoffmann, the former child actor and co-star of ’80s and ’90s hit films, including “Field of Dreams,” “Uncle Buck” and “Sleepless in Seattle.” This is Hoffmann 2.0, now grown and starring in The Last Seder, an Off-Broadway dramedy by award-winning playwright and East Rockaway native Jennifer Maisel.”

Long Island Newsday, “Gaby Hoffmann is back for The Last Seder” by Joseph V. Amodio 12/05/12

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“Now, Gaby [Hoffmann] is starring in Jennifer Maisel’s The Last Seder, presented by Rosalind Productions.”

Call Me Adam, “Gaby Hoffmann: The Last Seder Interview” 12/04/12

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“Gaby Hoffmann and Greg Mullavey featured in The Last Seder at Theater Three, Beb. 12/1”

– BroadwayWorld.com  10/23/12

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“In Jennifer Maisel’s Off-Broadway play, The Last Seder, directed by Jessica Bauman, a patriarch’s impending slide into dementia signals that nothing, including their Passover observances, will ever be the same.”

The Jewish Week, “Why is This Night Different…” by Ted Merwin 12/04/12

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“I’ve been asked to write about the issues I face as a Jewish woman playwright. And my first question is, ‘What’s with the adjectives?'”

 JBooks.com, “Locked in the Adjective Box” by Jennifer Maisel

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Greg Mullavey and Gaby Hoffmann, stars of The Last Seder
Jennifer Maisel, The Last Seder playwright 

A SPLINTERED SOUL PRESS

“We saw my friend Alan Dershowitz’s daughter make her acting debut Off-Broadway in A Splintered Soul.”

The New York Times, “Sunday Routine” featuring Ronald L.Kuby

by Robin Finn 1/20/12

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A Splintered Soul looks at the often-paradoxical nature of ethical decision-making….In Alan Lester Brooks’ new play, a maverick rabbi in postwar San Francisco risks his life and career to resettle Jewish refugees from the Holocaust.”

The Jewish Week, “A Rabbi’s Moral Choices” by Ted Merwin 10/19/11

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“A SPLINTERED SOUL makes its Off-Broadway Premiere 10/21”

– BroadwayWorld.com  9/15/11

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Kenneth Cole seeing A Splintered Soul

AS YOU LIKE IT PRESS

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