Want a deeper search?
Search the full text of our books in Yiddish at our Full-Text Book Search Site.ocr.yiddishbookcenter.org
Results for your search for "Yiddish theater" .Clear results
Showing 661 – 674 of 674 result(s)
"Who is Guilty?"
"Who is Guilty?", is an episodic radiocast produced by the Yiddish Book Center and read by Eleanor Reissa.
DIRECTOR'S TALK-BACK | Finding Babel, with David Novack
Finding Babel follows Andrei Malaev-Babel, his grandson, on a journey to come closer to some sense of truth. Presented as part of the Yiddish Book Center’s 2022 Great Jewish Books Club.
Weekly Reader Ukraine's Artistic Legacy
March 20, 2022 - Appreciating Ukraine’s artistic legacy—including, of course, its Jewish artists.
Tsu a Nay Lebn (To a New Life)
Post-WWII DP Camp Stories
January 2022: Handpicked
Susan Bronson is the Executive Director of the Yiddish Book Center. After delving into her selections, scroll down to read a short interview with Susan about her choices.
Dr. Natalia Romik, a Warsaw-based architect, designer, conceptual artist, and formidable foe of historical amnesia.
Dr. Natalia Romik, a Warsaw-based architect, designer, conceptual artist, and formitable foe of historical amnesia.
Aaron Lansky's Year-End Letter
Aaron Lansky recaps 2021 at the Yiddish Book Center and outlines plans for 2022
The Glass Plates of Lublin, with Aaron Lansky, Lisa Newman and Piotr Nazaruk
A special talk to celebrate publication of the The Glass Plates of Lublin. The book features selections from the 2,700 glass photographic plates discovered in a building in the former Jewish section of Lublin.
The Letters Project: A Daughter's Journey, with Eleanor Reissa
Recorded January 20, 2022-With her father’s letters as her silent guide, Eleanor goes on a journey down the River of Time, unearthing the unknowable – about her family’s past, about the Holocaust, and about her own present.
Weekly Reader Sholem Asch
November 7, 2021 - Happy birthday to Yiddish writer Sholem Asch
Weekly Reader A Sense of Place
October 24, 2021 - Its writers spoke of the Old Country and the New, the country and the city, Litvaks and Galitsiyaners, the home and the street.
December 2021: Handpicked
Cameron is the 2021-2022 Communications Fellow at the Yiddish Book Center. After delving into her selections, scroll down to read a short interview with Cameron about her choices.
Red Cavalry: Reading Resources
The first selection for the 2022 Great Jewish Books Club