About This Show

Seth (Yisra’el) Lutnick’s Jerusalem Love is a spiritual and musical journey through Jerusalem, where
history speaks from every corner. In his metaphorical walk, Lutnick goes on a journey where he encounters Kind David, the prophet Jeremiah and Mariamne, wife of the infamous King Herod, in order to find the mysterious three "objects of love." Lutnick’s journey, sometimes ancient, sometimes modern but always timeless, is told through classic Broadway songs as well as his own original music. Selections include "The Impossible Dream," "Whistle
Down The Wind," "Shalom Al Yisrael," and his own song, "Don’t Fly Too High." The musical director is Paul Chamlin.

Performances on the following two dates only:

Tuesday, January 7th at 9:30 PM
Wednesday, January 29th at 9:30PM.

Show Details

Dates: Opening Night: January 7, 2003 Final Performance: January 29, 2003
Location: Don't Tell Mama N.Y.C., New York City

343 W 46th St,

New York,


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