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While Second Avenue was a tenement haven for Jewish immigrants and the Catskills replaced the dachas of the old world, for many artists of Yiddish theater it was still the “uptown” allure of Broadway and Carnegie Hall that were the ...
 
Summer is just flying by. Here in the virtual Catskills (a.k.a. the Milken Archive website), our Summer Stock program is already half over, with just two more installments to go. And what would Yiddish Theater in the Catskills—or on Second ...
 
We hope your summer’s going swimmingly…streaming along, even! And speaking of streaming, this week we are releasing our second summer stock installment, featuring the work of Sholom Secunda. Sholom Secunda was a born “lemeshke” (that’s Yiddish for “loser”)…or so his family ...