P. G. Kain

Strange Bedfellows of Art and Politics

“I have never hated the individual Jew — yourself I have cherished as a friend, but you will know that I speak in all honesty when I say that I have loved you, not because of your race but in spite of it.” — Martin Schulse in a letter to his friend and business partner, Max Eisenstein, in the play “Address Unknown.” When

Theater Producer Brings ‘Tradition’ Back to Broadway

“This is a shande,” said veteran producer Stewart Lane when he realized his oldest daughter had never seen a live production of “Fiddler on the Roof.” The classic tale of a Ukrainian Jewish shtetl battered by revolution and modernity, “Fiddler” is a musical theater icon — and so is Lane. For the past 25 years he’s