Ethel Sings

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Decades after Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were executed at Sing Sing for passing American military secrets to the Soviets, Joan Beber—a distant cousin of the couple—puts Ethel's life onstage in a new play, directed by Will Pomerantz.
Event phone: 212-239-6200
Event website: http://ethelsings.com

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Mark B

An important play about oppression, love, loyalty during a frightening time in American history. Top notch acting and direction, it's an edge-of-your-seat thrilling production. It's not a musical, but when Tracy Michailidis (Ethel) sings, you'll feel chills along your spine. She's that good. There's not a weak moment in this superb production. Even knowing how this story ends, the director and cast manage to keep you hoping until that last moment.

Mark B

An important play about oppression, love, loyalty during a frightening time in American history. Top notch acting and direction, it's an edge-of-your-seat thrilling production. It's not a musical, but when Tracy Michailidis (Ethel) sings, you'll feel chills along your spine. She's that good. There's not a weak moment in this superb production. Even knowing how this story ends, the director and cast manage to keep you hoping until that last moment.