Gabriela Geselowitz is the editor of Jewcy.com.
'If I Forget,' now playing off-Broadway in a limited run, tells the story of a 'family and a culture at odds with itself'
By Gabriela Geselowitz · March 1, 2017
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
By Gabriela Geselowitz · January 30, 2017
How a grad student's labor of love become relevant again—thanks to the head writer of 'Full Frontal with Samantha Bee'
By Gabriela Geselowitz · January 25, 2017
HBO's upcoming film about the Ponzi schemer also features Hank Azaria and Bette Midler's daughter, Sophie von Haselberg
By Gabriela Geselowitz · January 17, 2017
Growing up, my family ignored Halloween because of its religious origins. Now, it fits right in with who I am.
By Gabriela Geselowitz · October 28, 2016
The Jewish Wisdom Ball
By Gabriela Geselowitz · September 23, 2016
Two musicals—one by Jerry Herman, the other by Jonathan Larson—will enjoy short runs in New York City
By Gabriela Geselowitz · August 16, 2016
A stage adaptation in Long Island of the animated film 'The Prince of Egypt' is stirring some controversy over its mostly white cast
By Gabriela Geselowitz · July 27, 2016
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
By Gabriela Geselowitz · July 12, 2016
'Hamilton' took home 11 Tony Awards, signalling what will hopefully be another period of progress and terrific theater on the Great White Way
By Gabriela Geselowitz · June 14, 2016
In the with old, in with the new
By Gabriela Geselowitz · May 3, 2016