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EAST TOWARDS HOME NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW
Opening Night: January 16, 2014
Did He Like It?*
East Towards Home brings to life three generations of Jewish left-wing culture in New York City. The play braids together the annals of radical choreographers from the 1930's and 40's, texts and songs from Woody Guthrie, and first-person stories of childhood in NYC a generation later. With loose-limbed storytelling, visual projections and animation, modern dance, and live music, this coming-of-age piece offers a personal and impassioned look at the culture and history of the American Jewish radical left-wing community, at a time when that legacy is in danger of passing into obscurity.
Traveling Back in Time From the Left, With Context
*By ANITA GATES
Published: January 22, 2014
"Billy Yalowitz is a young man caught between generations. In “East Towards Home,” his one-act musical drama, the fictional Billy is a Jewish New Yorker, a self-described red-diaper baby (Mommy and Daddy were Communists) born too late for his parents’ revolution. Mostly he’s a Woodstock-era kid who gets stuck regularly in the apartment-building elevator being interrogated by old ladies whose distinguishing accessory is an omnipresent shopping cart."
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