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0:00 - Introduction 0:35 - Barbara Describes Her Family's Life in Lithuania Before World War II

Keywords: 1890s; 1900s; 1910s; 1920s; America; anti-Semitism; antisemitism; Communist Jews; family background; family history; grandparents; heritage; Holocaust survivors; immigration; Jewish-non-Jewish relations; Kaunas, Lithuania; Kovno; Lithuanian Jews; migration; painter; roots; Russia; Russian Empire; United States; Vil'na; Vilna; Vilna Ghetto; Vilnius; Wilno; World War 2; World War II; WW2; WWII; Yiddish language; Yiddish literature; Yiddish speakers; Yiddish theater

8:45 - Barbara's Grandparents' Involvement in Yiddish Theater 10:42 - Growing Up in New York City During World War II

Keywords: 1930s; 1940s; actor; American Jews; American theater; American theatre; Broadway; childhood; education; France; French language; Holocaust; Holocaust trauma; Jewish names; Jewish-non-Jewish relations; multilingual Jews; multilingualism; New York City; theater; theatre; World War 2; World War II; WW2; WWII; Yiddish language; Yiddish names; Yiddish theater; Yiddish theatre

14:49 - Barbara's Increasing Involvement with Yiddish Language and Theater

Keywords: 1950s; actor; Argentina; Buenos Aires; cultural Jews; English language; Israel; Jewish identity; multilingual Jews; multilingualism; non-religious Jews; Passover; Pesach; peysekh; State of Israel; Stephen Wise Synagogue; synagogue; theater; theatre; Yiddish language

19:16 - Barbara's Involvement in Her Parents' Work as Actors in Yiddish Theater 21:46 - Barbara's Childhood Home on Sixty-Seventh Street 23:43 - Barbara's Mother's Appearance and Stage Presence

Keywords: 1930s; 1940s; actor; actress; Arthur Miller; Camp Boiberik; France; Luba Kadison; mother; New York City; Paris; Yiddish in translation; Yiddish theater; Yiddish theatre

30:45 - Barbara's Father's Appearance and His Habits 33:00 - The Story of How Barbara's Parents Met 36:42 - Barbara's Parents' Relationship to America as Jewish Immigrants

Keywords: 1920s; actor; actress; America; American politics; Chicago; conservative Jews; grandmother; immigrants; immigration; liberal Jews; migrants; migration; progressive Jews; United States; Yiddish language; Yiddish speakers; Yiddish theater; Yiddish theatre

39:38 - Barbara's Relationship with Her Parents and Her Trips to Israel with Her Father

Keywords: 1950s; 1960s; abortion; actor; American Jews; child-rearing; immigrant parents; Israel; Joseph Buloff; Luba Kadison; parenting; parents; raising children; State of Israel; Yiddish in translation; Yiddish language; Yiddish speakers; Yiddish theater; Yiddish theatre

46:09 - Barbara's Interest in Yiddish and Acting 48:14 - Barbara's Experiences as an Actress and Her Professional Life

Keywords: 1960s; 1970s; actor; actress; adolescence; bisexual; bisexuality; Boston University; childhood; college; education; LGBT; parenting; parents; professions; psychotherapy; sexual orientation; social work; social worker; summer camp; teenage years; theater; theatre; university; Welfare Department

54:12 - Barbara's Parents' Journey to Understanding Her Sexuality

Keywords: adolescence; bisexual; bisexuality; dating; homophobia; lesbian; lesbianism; parenthood; parenting; parents; relationships; sexual orientation; teenage years

58:39 - Barbara's Experience Growing Up with Famous Parents 61:28 - The Development of Barbara's Jewish Identity

Keywords: CBST; Congregation Beit Simchat Torah; cultural Jews; Holocaust; Israel; Israel-Palestine Conflict; Jewish culture; Jewish heritage; Jewish identity; Judaism; LGBT; LGBT Jews; New York City; Sharon Kleinbaum; State of Israel; synagogue; Yiddish language; Yiddish speakers; Yom Kippur

65:29 - The Impact of Barbara's Upbringing on Her Social Life

Keywords: actor; Arthur Miller; Joseph Buloff; Luba Kadison; New Yiddish Rep; Yiddish theater; Yiddish theatre; Yiddishkayt; Yiddishkeit; yidishkayt; yidishkeyt

69:25 - Barbara's Perspective on the Survival of Yiddish

Keywords: 1940s; attitudes towards Yiddish; Folksbiene; Israel; Orthodox Jews; State of Israel; Yiddish education; Yiddish language; Yiddish speakers; Yiddish theater; Yiddish theatre

71:19 - The Impact of the Holocaust on Barbara's Parents and Their Art

Keywords: actor; actress; artist; depression; Holocaust; Holocaust trauma; Joseph Buloff; Luba Kadison; mental illness; parenthood; parenting; parents; World War 2; World War II; WW2; WWII