Suspended productions of ‘Leopoldstadt’ and ‘The Visit’ try to update the traumas that broke families in World War II
At the height of the AIDS epidemic, photographer Robert Giard captured a generation of gay and lesbian writers, many of them Jewish
Tony Kushner’s masterpiece of 1980s cruelty returns to Broadway just as the next wave of illiberalism washes over Trump’s new order
It’s time for another tune-up of the classic
The seminal play is having a moment, on stages around the world and in the Oval Office
Portnoy’s Complaint and American Pastoral raise more than $130,000
The singer joins Tony Kushner, Alan Dershowitz on PBS’s Finding Your Roots
The 6-year-old Italian Jewish boy was seized by church authorities in 1858
Spielberg’s Civil War biopic portrays a man leading his people to the gates of the Promised Land
Quintessential children’s book author with a dark side
That was the half-year that was, on The Scroll
Plus, the second annual flotilla, Shas says don’t smoke, and more
An intelligent spectator’s guide to who the playwright really is
CUNY won’t honor Tony Kushner; yet look at the people they will
GOP politico on Board alleges BDS support; Kushner responds
The standard-bearer for the Jewish left?
A century ago, S. Ansky breathed new life into a shtetl folktale. His play, The Dybbuk, still captures creative minds.
A playwright locates her grandfather, a Reds announcer with a voice rootless as the airwaves, with help from Death of a Salesman.