Though Yiddish language and culture was decimated by the Holocaust, new work continued to be written, performed, and published throughout the second half of the 20th century in centers of Jewish cultural activity around the globe.
The World of Sara Levy
Yiddish Theatre in Buenos Aires Between the Two World Wars
“More Argentine than Martín Fierro”: Jevel Katz’s Debut in Buenos Aires, 1930
Henry James: The Yiddish Stage in The American Scene
Why Does Muni Weisenfreund Play “Shund”?
But Enough About Strindberg; Let’s Talk About Goldenberg!