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The Genesis Plays Bring Biblical Heroes and Contemporary Issues to Stage

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When you crave human drama, you need not look further than the Bible. With stories of betrayal, longing, and greed, the characters from the Torah—Genesis in particular—remain compelling after millennia. And now you can immerse yourself in these stories brought to new life onstage.

The Genesis Plays are a festival of five plays, works of arts created by the organization the In[heir]itance Project, running at the 14th Street Y in Manhattan. Each play is named for one or two Biblical matriarchs or patriarchs— except for poor Isaac, though he does appear in a couple as a supporting character.

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