FIVE SHORT PLAYS THAT
MAKE AUDIENCES LAUGH AND BELIEVE
"Well-crafted plays of depth and heart,
with irresistible characters that deliver the laughs."
Co-Artistic Director, Innovative Stages, Westchester County, NY
"Perfect balance of humor and pathos
Bloom is a master of dialog."
Veteran director for Westchester theatre groups
"Warm, funny plays a hit with our audiences."
Jewish Cultural Director, Robert and Dorothy Ludwig Schenectady Jewish Community Center
Can You Ever Forgive Arthur Kleinman?
Forty years ago, Arthur refused to go through with his bar mitzvah.
Will his 91-year-old rebbe finally forgive him?
Daniel Ortega And Those Yom Kippur Blues
Arthur's back, looking for his lost faith, this time in a Latino saloon,
where he finds it's easier to sin than he ever expected.
The Best Meal You Ever Ate
An exquisite meal for the two last remaining Jews fighting the Nazis.
But is it kosher? And could that dish actually be ham?
The Last Request Of Eddie Carmichael/Cohen
On his deathbed Eddie announces he's really Jewish, not Catholic, and wants
to marry his Jewish lover. But he could be lying and he might be crazy.
Are You Jewish?
Rose Glassman thinks lovely weathercaster Sonny Simmons would make
a nice match with her son. It all plays out on TV live.