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Stars Of David Is Touching, Funny Revue About Identity

Patti Gardner, Mike Westrich, Cassie Levine and Avi Hoffman do-wop during Stars of David: Story To Song / Photo by Ian Ibbetson
Patti Gardner, Mike Westrich, Cassie Levine and Avi Hoffman do-wop during Stars of David: Story To Song / Photo by Ian Ibbetson
Patti Gardner, Mike Westrich, Cassie Levine and Avi Hoffman do-wop during Stars of David: Story To Song / Photo by Ian Ibbetson

By Bill Hirschman, FloridaTheaterOnStage.com, Special to EyesOnNews.com, Dec 26, 2014 – Seeking an answer to “Who am I?” is the defining journey of most lives, and our religious heritage is part of the eternally elusive solution, even if we don’t embrace that religion or its culture.

Such is the soul of Stars of David: Story To Song, a musical revue, which, despite its cripplingly kitschy title, is a surprisingly entertaining, witty and poignant look at how Jewish-Americans struggle on that journey.

Fashion designer Kenneth Cole asks during the evening, “I mean, is who you are the faith you were born into – by no choice of your own?” It is not a rhetorical question.

The show has begun a six-city Florida tour at the Broward Center, later moving to Miami, Miami Beach and West Palm Beach, among others.

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