The roots of Yiddish theatre can be traced back to the Middle Ages, in the performances of Purim plays, wedding minstrels, wandering troubadours, and other entertainments.
“Permit New Actors on the Stage?”: A 1905 Protest Letter by Tsipe Abelman
Women on the Yiddish Stage: Primary Sources
Interview with Nahma Sandrow, translator and editor
Khonen in Drag: Cross-Dressing in Two Productions of The Dybbuk during the 1920s (Plus, a Review of One of These Productions)
A Timeline of Yiddish Drag
A Year of Yiddish Theatre in Covid: A Wrap Up?