Opened: 15 Oct 2003
Written by by William Gibson
Starring: Tovah Feldshuh
Directed by: Scott Schwartz
Synopsis From the pogroms of Russia to the halls of the Knesset, the story of Golda Meir is the story of the Jewish experience of the 20th century.
What the critics had to say.....
BRUCE WEBER for THE NEW YORK TIMES says, "Cheesily overwrought production." CLIVE BARNES for THE NEW YORK POST says, "The play's only fault is that in trying to humanize Golda Meir, Gibson has slightly diminished her with a shrugging comedy too stereotypical to be entirely lifelike." WILLIAM GIBSON for THE NEW YORK DAILY NEWS says, "Tovah Feldshuh...gives Golda extraordinary vigor and passion." LINDA WINER for NEWSDAY says, "A handsomely crafted, tough-minded story of a complex woman." MICHAEL SOMMERS for THE STAR LEDGER says, "A spellbinding performance."
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