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Barry Levey is the author of Hoaxocaust! (FringeNYC, Theater for the New City, Prospect Theater Company), All the Way From China (Mad Dog at the Gene Frankel) and Critical Darling (The New Group). His work has been produced by Ars Nova and developed by Arena Stage, Williamstown, Rattlestick, Resonance Ensemble and others. BA: Yale. MFA: UCSD.

ARTICLES BY: Barry Levey


September 6, 2018 9:33 am
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Off-Broadway Play Shines a Bright Light on Holocaust Denial

My off-Broadway comedy Hoaxocaust! shines a satiric light on Holocaust denial. During a previous run of the show -- before we moved off-Broadway -- I told Algemeiner readers 10 things...

September 14, 2014 6:46 pm
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10 Things I Learned From My Play About Holocaust Denial

Last month, my one-man show Hoaxocaust! Written and performed by Barry Levey with the generous assistance of the Institute for Political and International Studies, Tehran...

Culture

Mel Brooks Explains Why His Humor Is More ‘New York’ Than ‘Jewish’

Comedic icon and Brooklyn native Mel Brooks said it's wrong to...

‘Red Notice’ Film Starring Gal Gadot Now Most Popular in Netflix History

Israeli actress Gal Gadot's latest film has made history by becoming the most...

Netta Barzilai’s Hanukkah Performance Lights Up NBA Game in Los Angeles

JNS.org - Israeli singer Netta Barzilai gave a Hanukkah performance on Sunday at...

World

Hitler Stickers Appear at Dickinson College Jewish Center Near Harrisburg, ...

JNS.org - Police are investigating an antisemitic incident at the Milton B. Asbell Center for Jewish Life at Dickinson College...

Israel

The Innovation Competition That Could Change the Middle East

CTech - A chemical solution for plastic recycling, the production of drinking water from seawater with solar energy, and a robot that dispels loneliness among the elderly — these are...

Middle East

Hundreds of Hanukkah Kits Sent to Jews Living in Arab Countries

JNS.org - Hundreds of kits containing Hanukkah items, such as menorahs and dreidels, were recently sent to Jews living in Arab countries who must “observe their Judaism secretively.” The kits were...

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