A group of Forward donors will see “The Band’s Visit,” the new Broadway show everyone is talking about — after an exclusive lunch.
Vodka and herring rounded out the experience of returning to Odessa, home to many Jewish writers and thinkers.
During WWII, he became a forger. With red crayons and black ink, he shaved years off the lives of French children.
“Fiddler on the Roof” began life as a Sholem Aleichem story, penned in Yiddish. The show will return to that language in summer 2018.
A Princess Diana musical by ‘Bon Jovi’ drummer David Bryan is coming to La Jolla Playhouse.
Rajiv Joseph considers the power of storytelling and dangers posed when the powerful and malignant wield know how to craft stories.
“Yiddish is not about the Holocaust. It goes way beyond that. My dream is to keep Yiddish alive in a post-Holocaust world.”
“For the man who represented all that, to treat me the way he did, was the ultimate betrayal,” said Maia Ermansons.
Despite some potentially interesting playwriting tricks, “Meteor Shower,” mostly just crashes and burns.
Ivo van Hove adapted Ayn Rand’s “The Fountainhead” for the stage. “I tried to bring onstage the ambivalence of this work,” he says.
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