Barbra Streisand’s version of ‘Yentl’ made a lot of changes to Isaac Bashevis Singer’s inspiring story. Songwriter Jill Sobule’s adaptation hews closer to the original.
Troubadour and folk poet Woody Guthrie was a working class hero with deep Jewish connections. His life and music is now being celebrated in a musical traveling the country.
Laura Zam’s ‘Married Sex,’ which makes its debut at the New York Fringe Festival, takes audiences on a wild ride through the ‘sex industrial complex.’
Part spectacle, part tribute to Chagall, with a heaping dose of Cirque du Soleil, a new performance piece called “The Grand Parade” is premiering at D.C.’s Arena Stage.
Netta Yerushalmy takes advantage of technology that allows her to communicate her choreography across time zones. The results are on display this month at LaMaMa in her latest dance “Devouring, Devouring.”
For three days in August, the northern Israeli town of Karmiel turns into a dance epicenter. Its world-renowned festival features performances and folk dance sessions.
The Holocaust might seem the unlikeliest subject for a ballet. But the Austin Ballet’s ‘Light’ is a powerful drama about resilience, humanity and survival.