A new play explores how Judaism divides a Jewish family
A very Jewish production speaks, in its specificity, to the universal experience of being a minority
Today on Jewcy: We’re going on a hiatus.
Today on Jewcy: Despite warnings from friends and rabbis alike, I went to a school with little Orthodox presence.
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Today on Jewcy: A satirical thriller of culinary mayhem in Israel
Today on Jewcy: For Pride Month, highlighting “firsts” for queer Jews.
‘Tradition’ becomes ‘Di Toireh’ as Joel Grey and his cast begin rehearsals
Today on Jewcy: The rockin’ (Jewish) summer songs you never knew you needed!
Today on Jewcy: An empirical approach to picking a favorite team.
Why play as a paladin or a warlock when you can be a matchmaker or a klezmer?
Mazel tov, ‘The Band’s Visit!’
Troubled times call for uproarious jokes
Today on Jewcy: Check out the trailer for ‘Operation Finale’
Today on Jewcy: Announcing a ‘see you later’ party for Jewcy.
Today on Jewcy: June brings ‘Maktub’ and ‘To Each Her Own’
Today on Jewcy: A visit to meet a friend’s new nose
Today on Jewcy: Hummus shakes—atrocity in theory, drinkable in practice!
Today on Jewcy: Comedian Megan Amram is angling for an award with a new web series
Today on Jewcy: What to bring to any (awkward) occasion
Combining the holiday’s tradition of study with the American tradition of the 24-hour diner
Today on Jewcy: Memories of a kibbutz
Today on Jewcy: The former bachelor contestant is holding a contest to raise awareness for genetic screening
Today on Jewcy: Jackie Hoffman is Yenta, because… of course she is.
Jacob as a spandex-clad wrestling star and other modern takes on timeless Torah tales make this cycle of plays a delight
Today on Jewcy: The pop star’s boyfriend made a film about Jewfros, and Ariana Grande went to his seder.
Today on Jewcy: The OG Wonder Woman gave the Met Gala a Jewish twist.
Today on Jewcy: The show offers what Jewish TV has so little of—religion.
Today on Jewcy: Bonfires? Weirdly esoteric? Check!
Today on Jewcy: The singer/actor changes a song to make it about Jerusalem