Millions of Yiddish-speaking Jews perished in the Holocaust, and millions of others were displaced during and after the war. Yet Yiddish plays continued being performed during the war years, often under almost unimaginably difficult conditions.
Women on the Yiddish Stage: Primary Sources
Khine Braginskaya: The Earliest Days of the Yiddish Theatre in Russia
Tea Arciszewska: Remembering the Modernist Playwright on Her Sixtieth Yortsayt
My Path to the Yiddish Theatre: David Edelstadt’s Revolutionary Recitation
“Permit New Actors on the Stage?”: A 1905 Protest Letter by Tsipe Abelman
Interview with Nahma Sandrow, translator and editor