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Read by Louis Lipsky. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Tales Of The Yiddish Rialto: Reminiscences Of Playwrights And Players In New York's Jewish Theatre In The Early 1900's.
Louis Lipsky had three sons: David Lipsky, a theatrical press agent .
Louis Lipsky had three sons: David Lipsky, a theatrical press agent, Eleazar Lipsky, a novelist, and Joel Carmichael, a historian
reminiscences of playwrights and players in New York's Jewish theatre in the early 1900's. Reprint of the 1962 ed. published by T. Yoseloff, New York.
reminiscences of playwrights and players in New York's Jewish theatre in the early 1900's. Published 1977 by Greenwood Press in Westport, Conn. Anecdotes, Anecdotes, facetiae, satire, Jewish theater, Theater, Theater, Yiddish, Yiddish Theater. 234 p. ; Number of pages. Release Date:January 1962.
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Lipsky, Louis, 1876-1963. Publication Information. New York, T. Yoseloff, Theater New York (State) New York. Yoseloff,. 234 pages 22 cm. Subjects. Theater - New York (State) - New York. Lipsky, Louis, 1876-1963. Theater New York (State) New York.
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Reminiscences of Playwrights and Players in New York's Jewish . Published by Thomas Yoseloff Ltd c. 1962, New York (1962). Bookplate of temple library on front pastedown, stamped on front & rear free endpages. Published by Yoseloff.
Dorot Jewish Division, New York Public Library Albom fun Idishn teater. Album of the Yiddish theater, by Zalmen Zylbercweig, with captions in Yiddish and English. Center for Jewish History: Yiddish Theater Collection.
Dorot Jewish Division, New York Public Library. Albom fun Idishn teater.
In effect, Yiddish theater arrived in New York City in its infancy and was nurtured there at the turn of the century .
In effect, Yiddish theater arrived in New York City in its infancy and was nurtured there at the turn of the century by its greatest audience - the largest, most heterogeneous aggregation of Jews in the world. In the early years in America, the Yiddish theater overflowed with corrupt and foolish versions of the European repertoire as well as vivid junk and raw talent. But with the emergence of playwrights like Jacob Gordin and actors like Boris and Bessie Thomashevsky and Jacob Adler, larger and larger audiences were attracted.