A Round House Review

Alexander Strain, Lise Bruneau, and Adam Heller. Photo by Matt Urban.

What must a man go through to become who he is? My Name Is Asher Lev, playing at the Round House Theatre, is a personal narrative, told in a series of flashbacks, about the major events in Asher Lev’s life that bring him to his current state as the controversial painter of the “Brooklyn Crucifixes.” Written by Aaron Posner and adapted from the Chaim Potok novel, My Name Is Asher Lev is directed by Jeremy Skidmore.

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