Every successive wave of 19th century immigrants to America washed up on New York’s Lower East Side, but not everyone put out the welcome mat for Jews.
“Amid Falling Walls” features Yiddish songs by those who faced Nazi persecution, while “The Gardens of Anuncia” is a musical about the early life of choreographer Graciela Daniele.
In an increasingly technological world, Shabbat is becoming more and more difficult to navigate. Here’s how the Jewish community is learning to adapt and get by.
Manilow and Bruce Sussman’s musical, “Harmony,” tells the mostly unknown history of the Comedian Harmonists in Nazi-era Germany. But it’s a muddled, unilluminating history lesson.
After years of good relations with the Jewish community, Putin has thrown it all away—leaving Russian Jews terrified for their lives.
Violence, threats, and dehumanizing rhetoric against Jews both in the U.S. and abroad aren’t enough to move many progressives beyond lukewarm platitudes.
Barbra Streisand made her Broadway debut, and got her first Tony nom, for “I Can Get It for You Wholesale.” Now the show, which subverts so many expectations, is fabulously back.