Two old-new musicals.
“Models of humor, elegance, and compassion.”
His life story “is a testament to how everything was and is possible in America.”
Dorothy Fields and Carolyn Leigh.
A consummate WASP among Broadway’s Jews.
What Jerome Robbins learned.
Broadway Billy and the amnesia of a people once known for their memory.
Joseph Buloff and Luba Kadison.
The Band’s Visit.
A review of Indecent.
Why has the Broadway musical proved to be such fertile territory for Jewish artists of all kinds? (Video, 90 minutes)
Fifty years on, no work by or about Jews has won American hearts so thoroughly. So what’s my problem?