“Old New Year” Young Russians, Lost And Found In Harlem

Looking up at the lit-up windows of apartment buildings and picturing the lives within is part of the New York imagination. The Russian Jews in the new play “Old New Year” project their views of typical urban lives in full color. Continue Reading →

Celebrate The National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene’s 100 Anniversary

kulturefest 2015To rephrase the great humorist and philosopher Mark Twain: reports of the death of Yiddish are greatly exaggerated.  Continue Reading →