Almost five years ago, playwright Jessica Goldberg traveled back to her hometown of Woodstock, N.Y., to visit her 65-year-old father, who was in hospice, dying from brain cancer in the family’s home. One day she bid him goodbye as she set off on what she thought would be a short...
Jerry Weintraub, producer, dies at 77
Clinton says campaign will talk up countering BDS
Woman denied entrance to Western Wall for wearing kippah
Four teachers among six Israeli-Arabs charged for promoting Islamic State
Boston Marathon bomber files motion seeking new trial
Israel set to approve controversial force-feeding bill
Your Jerusalem, my Jerusalem
Constitution and torah
Tag: Jessica Goldberg
October 1, 2014 | 11:24 am
April 1, 2004 | 7:00 pm
"I don't ever read reviews," playwright Jessica Goldberg said. "I'm too sensitive ... I'd rather not know."
The revelation is surprising, considering that the soft-spoken Jewish dramatist hasn't had so many bad reviews. Her edgy yet entertaining work has often earned kudos since one...