Jewish Journal comments on Henry Jaglom’s “Train to Zakopane”

 

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 Now in it’s fifth month, Jaglom’s Powerful and Timley New Play Inspires Article on it’s Anti-Semetic Themes

 

The ‘Train to Zakopane’ and Anti-Semitism

Jewish Journal

Henry Jaglom’s new play,“Train to Zakopane: A True Story of Hate and Love,” is a powerful and sadly all-to-timely look at anti-Semitism and love, based on a true story in the life of his father that took place inlate 1920’s Poland. Now in its fifth month on stage at the Edgemar Center for the Arts in Santa Monica, the celebrated independent filmmaker/playwright brilliantly explores the repercussions of deeply held prejudices, with a cast beautifully led by Tanna Frederick and Mike Falkow and also including first rate performances by Stephen Howard, Cathy Arden, Kelly DeSarla & Jeff Elam in an extraordinary production directed by Gary Imhoff…

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