Identity, assimilation and family feuds in a very good ‘Bad Jews’
By Misha Berson
Joshua Harmon’s serrated, sneaky comedy “Bad Jews,” now at Seattle Public Theater, has a cyclone at its center.
Daphna Feygenbaum (birth name: Diana) is a force of nature, a Jewish college student with a motor mouth, a talent for bloodletting sarcasm and a sense of religious superiority as wide as the Red Sea.
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