I live in Park Slope, Brooklyn with my cat, Rhoda Morgenstern. My posts on Jewschool represent only my own views and not those of any organization with which I am currently or formerly affiliated.
I spend too much time at the theater and at brunch. You can hear me talk about theater, mostly beyond Broadway, as part of the rotating panel of co-hosts of the Maxamoo podcast. Some of my other projects include Fuck Yeah Stephen Sondheim, Sondheim LOLCats, and my not-specifically-themed Tumblr at itsdlevy.net.
The Syrian refugee crisis raises questions of when it is appropriate to employ the memory of the Holocaust in current political debate.
David Levy reviews the new film by Jake Witzenfeld, screening in New York as part of The Other Israel Film Festival.
The news of Leonard Nimoy's passing hit me unexpectedly hard today, so I wanted to take a minute to examine why.