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.
“A Piquant Curiosity”: The Gender-Bending Drama Yo a man, nit a man
How Two Nudniks Saved History from the Fire
Teaching with the Digital Yiddish Theatre Project
Interview: Filmmaker Alejandro Vagnenkos on the Buenos Aires Yiddish Legend Jevel Katz
Between Biznes and Art: Commercial and Independent Companies in the Yiddish Theatre of Buenos Aires (1930-1960)
“S’iz nisht dos vos amol iz geven”: Max Perlman (1909-1985)