Golda's Balcony                                                       
The one-woman play, Golda's Balcony, is playing at Theater J from April 10 through April 27.  The play follows the trajectory of the life of Golda Meir from Russian immigrant to American schoolteacher to a leader of international politics as the fourth Prime Minister of Israel. Much of the play's focus is on the period surrounding the 1973 Yom Kippur War, when Israel was attacked by Egypt and Syria.  Meir confronts the Israeli parliament and U.S. Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger. Throughout she examines her motives.

Golda's Balcony, is the final work by playwright, William Gibson, who also wrote The Miracle Worker and Two for the Seesaw. Tovah Feldshuh stars in the play.  Feldshuh also appeared in the play's Broadway production, which was sold out for fifteen months on Broadway.

Here is the link to the description on the Theater J website.  A group of ten or more receives a discount ($45 for seniors, $50 for non-seniors,and $40 for individuals under 35).  Anyone interested in attending as part of a Mishkan Torah group for a matinee performance on April 27 should contact Arden Bronstein.  Tickets are selling fast, so reservations should be made soon