From the Bowery to Broadway

From the Bowery to Broadway
Author : Edna Nahson
Publisher :
Total Pages : 328
Release : 2016-03-08
ISBN 10 : 0231176708
ISBN 13 : 9780231176705
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

From the Bowery to Broadway Book Description:

Vividly illustrated and with contributions from leading historians and critics, this history recounts in absorbing detail the heyday of "Yiddish Broadway" and its vital contribution to American Jewish life and its crossover to American culture. The story of the Yiddish theater is therefore a tale of creativity and legacy, immigrants who in the process of becoming Americans had an enormous impact on the country's cultural and artistic landscape.


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