After death and divorce, moving is one of the most stressful events in life. Moving entire families across an ocean and integrating into an entirely new culture, however, that's a theatrical gold mine.
Our Yiddish theater virtual exhibit series concludes this week with Schmaltz and Strudl, a look at some of the love songs, laments, and vaudeville routines that became more famous than the people who wrote them. While none of them achieved the fame of the "Big Four" profiled in previous installments, they each made valuable contributions to the genre, and invaluable contributions to the culture of newly-American Jews.
Explore the artists, themes and music of Yiddish theater in our final installment, and enter to win the music from the entire four-part virtual exhibit. (PLUS: Don't miss our brand new video featuring a rare, intimate performance by the great Seymour Rechtzeit!)
Experience the History, Hear *and Win* the Music of