Another SUPER easy Jewlicious Contest
When Isaac Bashevis Singerâ€™s stories were serialized in the Yiddish Forward, the Chassidic typographers complained about the pornographic content. Heâ€™s even better on stage. The devil, demons, and infidelity are better in live performances. Especially the demon played by Sarah Grace Wilson. Based on Isaac Bashevis Singerâ€™s The Unseen as adapted by Mark Altman, SIN is less the story of a man seduced by a demon, and more about the spiritual struggle in its aftermath. Now playing at the Baruch Performing Arts Center, the reviews have been great!
Mixing humorous one-liners with hints of the supernatural, the production somehow balances its shifting moods, injecting questions of faith and human nature into what, in other hands, might simply play as a domestic drama.
There are two ways you can get there. You can buy tickets or you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “WIN SIN” and we’ll give two randomly selected winners a pair of tickets to the show on the night of their choice!
How much easier can a contest get?? Singer would be proud. Anyhow, send that email fast! We’ll be informing winners on Sunday the 28th of March. Oh and read the review by the Forward!