Rajiv Joseph considers the power of storytelling and dangers posed when the powerful and malignant wield know how to craft stories.
60 years after the original film’s premiere, “Some Like it Hot” will come to Broadway.
Watching a Hebrew play from 1981 performed in Yiddish may not be the most bizarre thing I’ve done for the Forward, but it was surprisingly important.
Jeremy Schonfeld didn’t exactly intend to create a rock opera about the Shoah and the emotional trauma it inflicted across generations.
“The screen star, who is 30 years old, and the Pulitzer Prize-winning dramatist, who is 40, were married at 7:21 P.M. by Judge Seymour Robinowitz.”
After a particularly boring season on Broadway, there are few surprises among this season’s nominees for the Tony Awards.
“Israel is less tolerant than 20-30 years ago. I think there is self censorship, which is worse than governmental censorship.”3
Jews had grown so entrenched in the upper-middle and upper classes that they no longer felt threatened by affirmative action under any euphemism.
To disappoint Tevye would be to disappoint God.
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