For many Germans, Rabbi William “Willy” Wolff is the first Jewish religious leader they have ever met. And, with a disarming chuckle and twinkling eyes, he’s the perfect man for the job.
“Hatuey: Memory of Fire,” originally written in Yiddish, became a hit in Havana. Turns out that Jewish culture is more popular in Cuba than you might think.
The Holocaust-survivor musical “Souzatzka” was supposed to be producer Garth Drabinsky’s return to form. It doesn’t seem to be turning out that way.
The International Street Cannibals ensemble’s physical performance at St. Mark’s Church in the Bowery centered on Schoenberg’s second quartet.
If you’re still in winter hygge mode, spend your weekend bingeing the newly-released third season of Marta Kauffman and Howard J. Morris’s Netflix show “Grace and Frankie.”
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