When Irving S. Brecher was writing the Marx Brothers' movie, "At the Circus," in 1938, he got into trouble with the Hollywood censors.
What's the best way to celebrate 350 years of Jewish life in America? If you're the National Foundation for Jewish Culture, you fete one of the top cultural achievements of American Jews -- the movie business -- with that favorite all-American pastime, the top 10 list.
Left to right, Michael Preston, Paul Magid and Howard JayPatterson of The Flying Karamazov Brothers.
As a reward to all of us lowbrows for sitting through any numberof very serious, avant-garde dramas and trying to figure out thepsychological motivations of the characters, the Mark Taper Forum hasrelented and given us "Room Service."