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UK premiere for Paula Vogel’s drama about the wildly contentious Broadway run of the Jewish comedy ‘God of Vengeance’,
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Still best known for her US staple ‘How I Learned To Drive’, American playwright Paula Vogel has another domestic hit in 2015 with this drama about the ill-fated first Broadway run of the play ‘God of Vengeance’ by Polish-Jewish playwright Sholem Asch. Following the antics of a Jewish brothel owner looking to go respectable, the play is infamous for the producer and the entire cast being convicted on charges of obscenity. Rebecca Taichman, who directed and was Tony-nominated for the original US production will helm this more intimate production.