To disappoint Tevye would be to disappoint God.
“The Merchant of Venice” was a propagandistic obsession for the Third Reich.5
“The whole play feels like a post-Holocaust meditation on survivor’s guilt, pain and intergenerational trauma.”
Jews will bear the cost.
Here was grief from a man so lately accustomed to comfort that he had no idea how to show it.
Itamar Moses, author of “The Band’s Visit,” talks about David Yazbek, David Cromer and Middle Eastern geopolitics to Dan Friedman.
The London production of “Hamilton” has earned 13 nominations for the Olivier Awards, the United Kingdom’s equivalent of the Tony Awards.
“Every society has to confront the ungovernable genie of sexuality.”
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.
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