Socialism. Zionism. Communism. The labor movement. These phenomena came of age alongside the modern Yiddish stage, which explored their ramifications, sometimes in serious ways, at other times lightheartedly.
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
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)