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My Name is Asher Lev

a Drama
CATEGORY : DRAMA
by Aaron Posner

COMPANY : Theatrical Outfit [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Balzer Theatre @ Herren's [WEBSITE]
ID# 4334

SHOWING : August 22, 2012 - September 16, 2012

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Directed by Mira Hirsch

"This is religion vs. art in a young man who believes in both."
-Nelson Pressley, The Washington Post



Possessing a prodigious artistic ability, Asher Lev is driven to draw and paint the world as he sees it. Born into a Hasidic family in post-World War II Brooklyn, his artistic genius threatens to estrange him from both his parents and his observant Jewish community. A fascinating coming-of-age story that seamlessly explores art, family and religion.

Tickets: www.theatricaloutfit.org


CAST & CREW LIST
Composer, sound design Chip Epsten
Director Mira Hirsch
Lighting Designer Chris Crawford
Set Designer Lee Maples
Stage Manager Wendy Palmer
Props Designer M. C. Park
Costume Designer Linda Patterson
Wig and Hair Designer J. Montgomery Schuth
Asher Lev Nick Arapoglou
Women Lane Carlock
Men Brian Kurlander
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