The jolting moment of possession in THE DYBBUK–a seminal, but rarely produced ghost story about a young Jewish bride who is possessed by the spirit of her dead love on the day of her wedding. Like ROMEO AND JULIET meets THE EXORCIST, Yiddish style. A brilliant cast of 22–just about the largest company on any New York stage, let alone Off-Broadway–created an exciting production and some memorable visual compositions. A cellist and bass player provided live accompaniment, courtesy of a haunting original score from the great Adam Knauss.

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