The results were at times surprising…
“We all reveled in the beauty, anticipation, frustration, excitement, and joy of learning the opening number with our entire cast.”
“I would have loved to have been a dancer, I would love to have been a singer. At this age, all of a sudden, I’m given a chance to pursue it.”
For better or worse, they weren’t talking “Fiddler.”
“Even when he didn’t feel religious, he was constantly viewing himself as the product of that lower-middle-class New Jersey immigrant Jewish family.”
RBG was politely stampeded by fans.
‘The people who are sitting here are crying because they knew what it meant.’
The Folksbiene’s 2019-2020 season is built around the theme of “Spiritual Resistance.”
Can you tell your Tzeitels from your Hodels?
While this might seem like a New York story, the success of Yiddish theater is actually an international phenomenon.