About


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It’s July 2000—the Oslo Accords are falling apart, and in Tenleytown, a modern Jewish family is fracturing over what to do with their 14th Street real estate. Their mother has died, their father will need full-time care, and as their adult children debate what do to next, no topic is off limits: American Jews and their relationship to Israel, who’s already given enough to this family, a sibling’s parenting choices.  A political and deeply personal play about history, responsibility, and what we’re willing to sacrifice for a new beginning, told with vicious humor and unflinching honesty by Bethesda native Steven Levenson.

Press


Steven Levenson has written a big old-fashioned family drama in If I Forget, and...it’s acted to the hilt

The Washington Post

A play full of Tony Award-caliberexchanges.

 

DC Theater Scene

If I Forget may be one of the greatest Jewish plays of this century. And for that reason alone it must be seen.

DC Metro Theatre Arts

The show is so well-acted and finely drawn that audiences will want to take a seat at the table.

dcist

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The Artists


Cast


Production Team


Matt Torney
DirectorMatt Torney
Steven Levenson
PlaywrightSteven Levenson
Helen Huang
Costume DesignerHelen Huang
Michael Giannitti
Lighting DesignerMichael Giannitti
Allie Roy
Production Stage ManagerAllie Roy
Nick Kourtides
Sound Designer and ComposerNick Kourtides
Debra Booth
Scenic DesignerDebra Booth