Margarita Levieva and Adam Driver in a scene from Daniel Goldfarb’s Holocaust-themed “The Retributionists.” The play joins a growing body of works that explore notions of vengeance on the part of Jews. photo by Joan marcus

Margarita Levieva and Adam Driver in a scene from Daniel Goldfarb’s Holocaust-themed “The Retributionists.” The play joins a growing body of works that explore notions of vengeance on the part of Jews. photo by Joan marcus

by Ted Merwin
Special To The Jewish Week

Revenge may be a dish best served cold, as the proverb goes, but just try telling that to the feverishly passionate protagonists of “The Retributionists,” Daniel Goldfarb’s new play at Playwrights Horizons about a quartet of Holocaust survivors who plot to massacre one German for every Jew who has perished at the hands of the Nazis.

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