From Bible times to today, here are some of our favorites.
For over a decade Stephen Tobolowsky has been sharing stories. Have you heard the one about his Talmud collection?
“I was fascinated that this place existed and there was an entirely parallel national narrative,” said musical theater writer Giles Howe.
Brooklyn College student Harrison Sheckler put together the video “for fighting this invisible enemy and banding together to get through it.”
“The Talmud and Chinese martial arts films are documents of oral traditions that have been redacted and retold over many centuries.”
Thomas, the music director of the San Francisco Symphony, is the grandson of Yiddish Theater great Boris Thomashefsky.
“Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles” will dance into theaters August 23.
The Greek realm of the dead had a banner year at the 2019 Tony Awards.
On Sunday, June 2 the 64th Annual Drama Desk Awards honored a diverse season, but revivals, transfers and familiar names won the evening.
“Anne Frank,” The Musical first made its debut in Paris in 2008 with the support of the Anne Frank Foundation
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