Did the late, splenetic theater and film critic take a secret to his grave?
A final evening of talk and tipple with the owner of a Greenwich Village institution driven out of business by rising rents, before another bit of old New York bites the dust
Panicked audience members feared that a shooting was about to begin
A new play explores how Judaism divides a Jewish family
Israel’s Gesher theater company gives the classic tale of religious spirits a modern psychological turn
Born 100 years ago today, Alan Jay Lerner of Lerner and Loewe wrote classic American musicals like ‘Camelot’ and ‘My Fair Lady,‘ whose Jewish themes are not always obvious
Neil Simon, legendary writer of The Odd Couple and countless other hits, has died at 91. He practically invented the sitcom along the way
‘Angels in America,’ ‘The Band’s Visit’ fare excellently
‘One Thousand Nights and One Day’ never fails to be riveting, even when it is frustrating
Today on Jewcy: Either way, the chairs are uncomfortable and it’s very loud.
Today on Jewcy: Welcome to ‘House of Esther’
‘A Walk with Mr. Heifetz’ imagines the famous violinist in conversations about art, Zionism, ego, and everything in between
Today on Jewcy: One actor imagines— what if Anne Frank was your grandmother?
Today on Jewcy: You can win tickets!
Today on Jewcy: A Jewish performer’s one-woman show explores sexuality, polyamory, and more.
Rod Serling’s outsider worldview continues to guide and inspire, across decades and media
A new theatrical adaptation of Chaim Potok’s classic novel admires the past without being nostalgic and takes Jews and Judaism seriously
Full of unlikable characters each representing a different half-baked perspective, ‘Diaspora’ is offensive to everyone and no one
Today on Jewcy: Now, more than ever, is the time to revive the musical about Leo Frank.
Somewhere between a one-woman multimedia play and a live documentary, ‘Say Something Bunny!’ takes audiences on an intimate journey of Jewish life on Long Island
Episode 105: Writer Annabelle Gurwitch on being her elderly mother’s drug mule; plus the creative duo behind the one-man film ‘Wrestling Jerusalem’
And, naturally, gets slammed by the left’s cultural kommissars
Featuring the Shoah onstage is important, but there are risks involved
‘If I Forget,’ now playing off-Broadway in a limited run, tells the story of a ‘family and a culture at odds with itself’
Anna Ziegler’s play features Nicole Kidman as Franklin, whose research was instrumental in the discovery of DNA’s double helix structure
Feverish production explores classic animated character’s subversive roots
As his new play ‘A Happy End’ premieres in New York, the playwright reflects on the decisions that shape lives