By Paula Durbin
The Show Goes On: Venerable Argentinean Playhouse Celebrates 75 Years
The Asociación Israelita Argentina Pro Arte Idischer Folks Teater marked its 75th anniversary last month, a reminder that Buenos Aires once was, with Moscow, Warsaw and New York, a pillar of the Yiddish stage. Most of Buenos Aires’s Yiddish playhouses vanished by 1960, but the show goes on at the IFT, even if the performances…
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