“Edelweiss,” the Rodgers and Hammerstein song penned for their 1959 musical “The Sound of Music” is not a Nazi anthem.
“The purpose of myths is that we refashion them for our moment.”
This immersive theater show promised to provide viewers with a Passover-timed meditation on slavery and freedom through the trappings of the USSR.
David Yazbek: “Allan Sherman has a massive influence on me as a comedian and as a lyricist. American humor to such a large extent is Jewish humor.”
Since that glorious day in history, when a Krakow baker boiled that first rope of dough, our people have argued about what makes the perfect bagel.
Rodgers and Hammerstein are making millions for Grande’s take on “My Favorite Things.”
180 years ago, Rachel Félix became a star at the Comédie Française, starring as the titular character in Jean Racine’s “Esther.”
Joshua Harmon’s “Admissions” presciently assessed the state of the broken college admissions system.
A musical with a pedophilic lead is a tricky proposition.
The National Theatre Folksbiene’s Global Yiddish Theatre Restoration Project is bringing audiences long-forgotten songs and shows.
“Rags” should work in 2019, when immigrants are once more besieged, successful capitalists are objects of disdain and labor activism is sexy.
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