, 2022-12-25 02:00:14,
NEW YORK — Was 2022 good for Jews? This is a tough question. The items of 2022 certainly fit that bill, especially in the world of entertainment.
This was a banner year for major movies, shows, and stage productions of and/or about the Jewish experience.
In addition to what’s listed below, there are a few things I can’t personally vouch for, but I’ve heard they’re great.
The series “The Patient” with Steve Carell as a Jewish therapist, “Turn Every Page,” a documentary about author and historian Robert Caro and his editor Robert Gottlieb, and Alex Edelman’s solo show “Just For Us,” are just three. titles that I’m kicking myself for not seeing yet. (And it looks like I screwed up with Edelman unless he wants to take the train to Washington, DC.)
Also, despite digging into his Instagram and emailing his publicist, I have yet to confirm whether musician Peter Anspach of the jam-rock band Goose identifies as Jewish. I think so, but even if he doesn’t, he and his groundbreaking band deserve hurray for hitting escape velocity this year with two smash concerts at Radio City Music Hall and a mini tour with the Trey Anastasio Band.
(But, dear reader, I don’t like to lie to you, so I’ll let you know that Of the many books I read this year, only…
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