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.
Avrom Fishzon, or the Berdichev Sheherazad
Hatuey: Memory of Fire—An Interview
A Yiddish Poet, a Cuban Revolutionary, and a Historical Legend Walk Into a Bar: A Review of Hatuey: Memory of Fire
Found in Translation: Hatuey, Cuba, and the Jews
Yiddish Theatre is Child’s Play: The One-Act Repertoire Part II
One (Act) for the Show