Gabriela Geselowitz is the editor of Jewcy.com.
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Skin Deep

In Broadway's 'War Paint,' a new musical about rival cosmetics moguls, Christine Ebersole and Patti LuPone shine, as do the costumes, but its greatness ends there

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The Juice on Jewcy: Too Much Tuna!

On our sister site, Bette Midler as Dolly Levi, 'Dirty Dancing' hits the small screen, and a Korean/Hasidic Internet mashup that will have you feeling mighty high

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The Juice on Jewcy: Oprah Knows What’s Up

On our sister site, everything you need to know about post-Pesach matzo ball bath bombs, comedian Moshe Kasher's new show, and chametz puns

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The Juice on Jewcy: Punk Pesach With Ice Cream

Applying that 10 plagues-themed makeup? Our sister site has just the playlist for you.

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OK, Google: Where’s the Afikoman?

Now you can lean on the Silicon Valley giant for answers to your most pressing Passover questions

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The Juice on Jewcy: Passover Cometh

On our sister site, RBG reigns supreme, Adrian Grenier sports a kippah, and the Beyoncé-Pesach Internet mash-up you can't unsee

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American Judaism and Tsuris at the Turn of the Millennium

'If I Forget,' now playing off-Broadway in a limited run, tells the story of a 'family and a culture at odds with itself'

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Rare Production of ‘Milk and Honey’ Opens Off-Broadway

A limited run of the musical about a group of American widows who tour Israel in search of husbands is playing through February 5 in New York City

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The Story Behind Expulsion, a 1970s Board Game About Jews During the Spanish Inquisition

How a grad student's labor of love become relevant again—thanks to the head writer of 'Full Frontal with Samantha Bee'

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Robert De Niro Stars as Bernie Madoff, ‘The Wizard of Lies’

HBO's upcoming film about the Ponzi schemer also features Hank Azaria and Bette Midler's daughter, Sophie von Haselberg

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Jewish on Christmas? Sing Along to ‘Yingl Belz.’

The 'YidLife Crisis' boys have you covered for all your Christmukkah caroling

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Israelis and Egyptians Make Music Together

A review of 'The Band's Visit,' an off-Broadway musical about the Alexandria Ceremonial Police Orchestra's mistaken trip to the Negev

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Inside the First New York Jewish Comic Con

An unlikely affair in a Brooklyn synagogue celebrates the Jewish origins of the comics industry

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Our ‘SNL’ Dream Hosts

Dave Chappelle is finally hosting 'Saturday Night Live.' Here's a no holds barred list of our choices to host the legendary show for the first time.

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How I Learned to ‘Observe’ Halloween and Embrace My Inner Freak

Growing up, my family ignored Halloween because of its religious origins. Now, it fits right in with who I am.

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Why Judy Kuhn Was Destined to Play Golde

The actress will take over the role of Golde in 'Fiddler on the Roof' on Broadway through the end of the show's run

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What To See This Fall On (and Off) Broadway

Tablet's Broadway preview features Nick Kroll playing an old Jewish New Yorker, the music of Irving Berlin, and a play co-written by the late Ben Hecht

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Laying Tefillin Is Not Just For the Boys

A writer reflects on her decision to lay tefillin at a Conservative day school, despite it being frowned upon

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‘Milk and Honey’ and ‘Tick, Tick…Boom!’ Are Coming to an Off-Broadway Theater Near You

Two musicals—one by Jerry Herman, the other by Jonathan Larson—will enjoy short runs in New York City

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A New Sondheim Musical Is Happening, People

Sondheim and playwright David Ives are adapting films by Luis Buñuel for the stage

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Upcoming ‘Prince of Egypt’ Musical Raises Issues About Diversity in Casting

A stage adaptation in Long Island of the animated film 'The Prince of Egypt' is stirring some controversy over its mostly white cast

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Bock and Harnick’s ‘Fiorello!’ Returning to New York

An off-Broadway production of the musical about former New York Mayor Fiorello H. La Guardia begins in September at the East 13th Street Theater

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Six Subversive Musicals For Your July 4th Weekend

Forget Hamilton and its can-do spirit. These productions are more appropriate for the age of Trump.

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Through a Jukebox Musical, Irving Berlin Sings On

A talk about the famed composer at New York's Eldridge Street Synagogue included performances by the cast of 'Holiday Inn: The New Irving Berlin Musical,' who sang the little-known 'Yiddisha Eskimo'

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Daveed Diggs and Sheldon Harnick Earn Tonys, Capping a Fantastic Year on Broadway

'Hamilton' took home 11 Tony Awards, signalling what will hopefully be another period of progress and terrific theater on the Great White Way

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Why On Earth Are The Tonys Scheduled for Shavuot?

An open letter to the Tony Awards people, who apparently forgot to check the calendar carefully

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‘Wonder of Wonders, Miracle of Miracles’

Legend Broadway lyricist Sheldon Harnick will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Tonys on Sunday

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A Tale of Two Heritages: Shakespeare and Cervantes

Both legendary writers died 400 years ago this week, but only one of them may have had a Jewish background

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