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Yiddish Art Theatre New York 1925 Program cover Maurice

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Yiddish Art Theatre, New York, 1925. Program cover. Maurice Schwartz (director

Grand Theatre presents Jacob P. Adler in The Broken

newspaper for "The Witch," 1925.

The Jazz Singer at the Cort

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Image advertising a 1937 production of Di brider ashkenazi (The Brothers Ashkenazy), based

Village East Cinema, Yiddish Rialto, Louis N. Jaffe Theater

"Letter for Sweetheart,” 1910 | Yiddish song / Ephemeral New York. “

Jaffearttheaterext. Exterior of the Landmarked Jaffe Art Theater

Program cover from a production of Avrom Goldfadn's seminal operetta Di kishef-makherin (The

Cover of a Yiddish Art Theatre program announcing Maurice Schwartz in "Zalman Shneour's Romantic Folk

A photo of the Yiddish actors Luba Kadison, Maurice Schwartz, and Berta Gersten in

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... Louis N. Jaffe Art Theater Yiddish Art Theater/Yiddish Folks Theater, Village East

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... Louis N. Jaffe Art Theater | by Emilio Guerra

Cover of a souvenir book from the Yiddish Art Theatre production of Dray shtet (Three

Village East Cinema, Yiddish Rialto, Louis N. Jaffe Theater

With actor Maurice Schwartz (in costume) after a Yiddish Art Theater production of "Yoshe Kalb" in Los Angeles, c.1933

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Yiddish actors Samuel Goldenberg, Jacob Ben-Ami, and Maurice Schwartz, ca. 1930. The latter founded the Yiddish Art Theatre.

Morris Strassberg’s rendering of the cast of

Barbra Streisand as Fanny Brice in Funny Girl

Village East Cinema, Yiddish Rialto, Louis N. Jaffe Theater

"Salvation" by Sholem Asch, Yiddish Art Theatre, New York

Village East Cinema, Yiddish Rialto, Louis N. Jaffe Theater

The American capital of Yiddish theater was New York City, where at times as many as fourteen theaters were filled simultaneously, not counting vaudeville ...

Souvenir program for the Yiddish Folks Theatre production of Miracle

Poster for a Klezmer concert in Moscow, red star design.

... Louis N. Jaffe Art Theater Yiddish Art Theater/Yiddish Folks Theater, Village East

Spectators in front of the Grand Theater. The marquee announces Jacob P. Adler in The Jewish King Lear Original photograph by Byron Co., 1905

Theatre Programme for the Premiere Broadway Production of the S. Ansky (Shloyme Zanvl Rappoport) play "The Dybbuk," which performed from December …

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Postcard of the Hippodrome theater in New York

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photo, above: Maurice Schwartz as "The Bobe Yachne" in "Di kishuf-makherin".

Finale of The Gold Rush at the Singletary Center in Lexington, KY (3/14/14) with accompaniment by the Lexington Philharmonic.

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A photograph of Aronson's depiction of Hell in Abraham Goldfaden's “The Tenth Commandment.”

Exploring Yiddish Theater, From the Cheap Seats to Backstage

... presents Julio Dantas' 'A ceia dos cardeais' at Teatro Santana with Jayme Costa, Manuel Durães & Sergio Cardoso; at the same programme Roberto Gomes' 'O ...

A photograph of Aronson's depiction of Hell in Abraham Goldfaden's “The Tenth Commandment.”

One of the high-end Edwin A. Relkin productions, with Maurice Schwartz's Yiddish Art Theatre.

Original Color Pictorial Wrappers. 12mo. 12 pages. 17 cm. In Hebrew. Chad Gadya ["One Kid"]. Ten hand-colored illustrated pages. Free-verse Hebrew rendition ...

Born in Sedikov (Zhidachov), Ukraine. Father -- Yitzhak Isaac -- a pious, grains merchant, who was not able to provide for his family and had immigrated to ...

A Landmark From the Heyday of Yiddish Theater That Still Stands Today - GVSHP | Preservation | Off the Grid

Edwin A. Relkin Presents Maurice Schwartz and His Yiddish Art Theatre Players in "Hershel

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Maurice Schwartz, Celia Adler and Anna Appel in "The Competition."

... New York, went into in February-March 1951 a series of Yiddish productions from his repertoire, and he traveled to the land of Israel to celebrate the ...

Maurice Schwartz, Director Yiddish Art Theatre of America

photo, far right: Maurice Schwartz as "Tevye".

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photo, far right: Maurice Schwartz as "Nisan-Alter".:

Rene Kieffer, Paris 1925 - Edition illustré de 20 eaux - fortes de Vigoureux . 337 pp.

A Landmark From the Heyday of Yiddish Theater That Still Stands Today - GVSHP | Preservation | Off the Grid

Molly Picon, the actor, singer, and star in Yiddish theatre and film.

[Maurice Schwartz with the Yiddish Art Theatre troupe.]

Heinz A. Condell, Design for Bronx Express produced by the Judischer Kulturbund in Berlin 1935 based on Boris Aronson design, 1925

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With actor Maurice Schwartz (in costume) after a Yiddish Art Theater production of "Yoshe Kalb" in Los Angeles, c.1933

Color offset lithographic poster.

Dave Tarras, born in Ukraine, played in Yiddish theater pit bands soon after arriving

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Village East Cinema, Yiddish Rialto, Louis N. Jaffe Theater

Luba Kadison, perhaps the last survivor of a golden age of modern Yiddish theater,

Menasha Skulnik in unidentified production, c.1935 Gelatin silver print by Rappoport Museum of the City of New York, Gift of Anna Skulnik

New York; Jewish War Orphans Fund of the Joint Distribution Committee of The American Funds For Jewish War Sufferers, 1921.Original Wraps. 4to. 6 pages.

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DI GESHIKHTE FUN IDISHEN TEATER. New York; "forverts", 1929. (FT) Publishers cloth. 8vo. [3], 256; [4], 282 pages. 21 cm. “Special edition”.

S. went from there to Eretz Yisrael, where he directed on 28 August 1938 with the "Ahl" Theatre in Hebrew, the dramatization of "The Brothers Ashkenazi",

The Museum of the City of New York has asked to borrow two of Ben's portraits of Yiddish Theater performers who made the successful transition to Broadway ...

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Dodge Publishing Company, New York 1925 - Wain, Louis. DADDY CAT. New York: Dodge Publishing Company, [1925]. 4to - 7-1/16" x 9-7/8".

Scene from Goldfaden's "The Witch."

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דער אינזל DER INZL VOLUME I [1925 – ISSUES 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10]. New York; Inzl, 1925. Period Cloth. 8vo.

(Chicago) Karpf, Maurice J. A SOCIAL AUDIT OF A SOCIAL SERVICE AGENCY, THE JEWISH AID SOCIETY AND THE JEWISH SOCIAL SERVICE BUREAU OF CHICAGO, 1919 TO 1925.

New York, Hebrew Publishing Co., 1925. Octavo, paper covers with a short tear from the top of the spine, mildly rumpled front ...

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Zero Mostel's Tevye costume from the original Broadway production of Fiddler on the Roof, 1964; Poster for the film Tevya, directed by and starring Maurice ...

... (The chalk circle [“original”: Der Kreidekreis]), which on December 24, 1925 was staged by Maurice Schwartz's Yiddish Art Theater in New York; ...

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The Museum of the City of New York has asked to borrow two of Ben's portraits of Yiddish Theater performers who made the successful transition ...

New York; United Synagogue Commission On Jewish Education, 1951. Original Cloth. 4to. 26 pages. 28 cm. First edition. With illustrations by Maurice Sendak; ...

[Maurice Schwartz with the Yiddish Art Theatre troupe.]

5 January 1922 -- Revival of Gutskov's "Uriel Acosta".

Fifty-two chapters of Jewish Martyrology. Jerusalem, Keter Publishing House for Beth Hatefutsoth, The Nahum Goldman Museum of Jewish Diaspora, 1981.

Nyu-Yorker Adresn: Dertseylungen/ New York Addresses: Yiddish Short Stories/ Cyfeiriadau Efrog Newydd straeon byrion Idish. Rowen, Wales, Three Sisters ...

28 March 1954 - straight from New York's Yiddish Art Theater Morris Schwartz presents 'Brider Aschkinazi' at Teatro Cultura Artistica's Great Auditorium.