Though traditional Yiddish culture kept women from performing in public, they came to play an enormous role in the modern development of the form--particularly as actors and singers, but often as managers, owners, and in other ways.
Grand Opera for Yiddish Speakers in Early Twentieth-Century America! Who Knew?!
Dystopia on the Verge: Or Why a 1934 Yiddish Play about Charlie Chaplin Still Matters
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