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Wendy Graf sat in a synagogue several years ago listening to a rabbi's sermon.
"She was talking about experiencing a traumatic event and how her faith had been sorely tested," Graf recalled. "That really got me thinking."
Graf went on to write "Lessons," her latest play that mines...
June 14, 2001 | 8:00 pm
Wendy Graf's new comedy "The Book of Esther" focuses on a central character named Mindy, who, like Queen Esther, bravely declares her Jewishness in the face of opposition. Unlike Esther, Mindy doesn't save the Jewish people, but confronts her ardently secular family and friends when...