Magician, actor, author and bibliophile Ricky Jay has died at the age of 72.
Part of #HamilDrop, this new song’s a bit of a bop.
“I like evil people,” Berkoff said in a profile for The Guardian. “I’m like a surgeon who is happiest when working with a very diseased body.”
“The first thing that went through my mind was if this is a shooting, I’m sitting in the back of the theater.”
It’s next year in Midtown for the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbeine’s production of “Fiddler on the Roof.”
“His arrest is being used to send a message that [anyone] engaged in artistic expression contrary to the Putin ideology could be next in line.”
“It’s a terrible idea for real life, but it’s a funny idea for a musical. It’s a Preston Sturges movie waiting to happen.”
“Marnie” was one of the Hitchcock’s tales of vulnerable beauties psychologically dominated to varying extents by dashing men.
Save for director Sam Mendes, there’s nothing Jewish about Jez Butterworth’s “Ferryman,” yet its themes are universal.
“There was a big migration of prominent Jewish families that have been here since the Territory days.”
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