New Jerusalem: The Interrogation of Baruch de Spinoza at Talmud Torah Congregation, Amsterdam, July 27, 1656

New Jerusalem: The Interrogation of Baruch de Spinoza at Talmud Torah Congregation, Amsterdam, July 27, 1656

written by David Ives, 1950- (2009); directed by Rosalind Ayres, 1946-; performed by Ed Asner, 1929-, Richard Easton, 1933-, Andrea Gabriel, 1978-, Arye Gross, Amy Pietz, 1969-, James Wagner and Matt Wolf, 1972- (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2012, originally published 2011), 1 hour 46 mins, 106 page(s)

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Field of Interest
Drama
Copyright Message
Copyright © 2012. Used by permission of L.A. Theatre Works.
Director
Rosalind Ayres, 1946-
Content Type
Spoken word recording
Duration
1 hour 46 mins
Format
Audio
Sub Genre
Drama
Label
L. A. Theatre Works
Original Publication Date
2011
Page Count
106
Performer
Ed Asner, 1929-, Richard Easton, 1933-, Andrea Gabriel, 1978-, Arye Gross, Amy Pietz, 1969-, James Wagner, Matt Wolf, 1972-
Playwright
David Ives, 1950-
Publisher
L. A. Theatre Works
Place Published / Released
Los Angeles, CA
Date Recorded
2011-07-13
Release Date
2012
Setting
Amsterdam, July of 1656
Subject
Drama, Theatre, Literature & Language, Music & Performing Arts, Drama, American Theater, Modern Theater, Drama, Teatro Norte-Americano, Teatro Norteamericano, Teatro Moderno, Interrogation, Judaism, Belief, Persuasion, Argument, Religion, Excommunication, Anti-Semitism, Philosophy, Morality, Confrontation, Abraham Van Valkenburgh, Saul Levi Mortera, Gaspar Rodrigues Ben Israel, Baruch de Spinoza, Simon de Vries, Clara van den Enden, Rebekah de Spinoza
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Drama, Teatro Norte-Americano, Teatro Norteamericano, Teatro Moderno, Interrogation, Judaism, Belief, Persuasion, Argument, Religion, Excommunication, Anti-Semitism, Philosophy, Morality, Confrontation

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