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.
Women on the Yiddish Stage: Primary Sources
Vos flist durkhn oder: A conversation with playwright Mikhl Yashinsky on his new play
The Yiddish Art Theatre Repertoire: Ten New Synopses for Plotting Yiddish Drama
How I Got Five Thousand Dollars from a Theatre Customer
Khine Braginskaya: The Earliest Days of the Yiddish Theatre in Russia
Tea Arciszewska: Remembering the Modernist Playwright on Her Sixtieth Yortsayt