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The Third Coming: Marx Returns!

Join Brooklyn For Peace for a benefit performance of The Third Coming: Marx Returns! written and performed by Jerry Levy at The Brooklyn Commons on Saturday, June 18 at 7 pm.

Professor, sociologist, actor, author, musician, and playwright Jerry Levy portrays Karl Marx in this one man play about the life and afterlife of Karl Marx, set in modern America.

Inspired by Levy’s 250 performances of “Marx in Soho” by Howard Zinn, this one man play demonstrates the effects of what Marx had warned against 150 years prior: the continual movement of capital (money) from the hands of those who actually do the work into the pockets of ownership/ruling class.

Ticket Information

Tickets are $25.
Tickets benefit the peace and justice work of Brooklyn For Peace.

Please click here to purchase tickets online or call 718-624-5921 to send a check or pay by credit card over the phone or to make a reservation to pay by check.

About Jerry Levy

Jerry Levy

Since moving to Vermont in 1975, Jerry Levy has been acting in and occasionally directing productions with Acting On Impulse Theatre Company, The Actor’s Theatre Playhouse, Vermont Theater Company, Elm City Players and productions at Marlboro College where he teaches sociology.

Some of his favorite productions are “Death of a Salesman”, “Moon for the Misbegotten”, “An Inspector Calls”, “The Cherry Orchard”, “Exit the King”, “Ghosts”, “The Little Foxes”, “Rocket to the Moon”, “The Gin Game”, “A Thousand Clowns”, “12 Angry Men” and “The Philanderer”.

For many years he has been touring Howard Zinn’s, “Marx in Soho” in North America and Europe. In 2011 he after much dedication, Jerry Levy added another solo show to his tour; Wallace Shawn’s THE FEVER.. Most recently he co-directed a staged reading of Ibsen’s “Rosmersholm” with Rupa Cousins. More at Levy Arts.



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