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Di brider Ashkenazi: in 2 ṭeylen un 17 bilder
Additional title: Brothers Ashkenazi
Additional title: I. J. Singer's Brothers Ashkenazi
Additional title: ברידער אשכנזי [פראגראמקע]
Yiddish Art Theatre (Publisher)
Singer, Israel Joshua, 1893-1944 (Author)
Schwartz, Maurice, 1890-1960 (Director)
Shlionsky, Verdina (Composer)
Chertov, Alexander (Set designer)
Gluck-Sandor, Senia (Choreographer)
Secunda, Sholom, 1894-1974 (Conductor)
אידישער קונסט טעאטער (Publisher)
זינגער, י.י (Author)
שווארץ, מאריס (Director)
שליאנסקי, ווערדינא (Composer)
טשערטאוו, אלעקסאנדער (Set designer)
גלוק-סאנדאר (Choreographer)
סעקונדע, שלום (Conductor)

Yiddish theater collection

Yiddish theater programs

Dates / Origin
Date Issued: 1937
Place: New York
Publisher: Yiddish Art Theatre
Library locations
Dorot Jewish Division
Shelf locator: **P (Program) No. 261
Jewish arts
Yiddish drama
Theater, Yiddish
Theater programs
Statement of responsibility: dramaṭizirṭ fun Moris Shṿarts un Y.Y. Zinger, muziḳ fun Ṿerdina Shlyonsḳi, deḳoratsyes un ḳosṭyumen fun Aleḳsander Ṭsherṭoṿ, ṭents fun Gluḳ-Sandor, muziḳ direḳṭor Sholem Seḳunde, rezshi Moris Shṿarts
Content: 18th season, week beginning September 20, 1937.
Content: Includes letter from Chairman N. Chanin, synopsis of the play
Performers: Cast includes Julius Adler, Jerome Robbins, Izidor Casher, Leah Naomi, Victor Marcus, Frank Schechtman, Maurice Schwartz, Samuel Goldenburg, Gerta Rosen, Helen Beverly, Zwee Scooler, Anna Teitelbaum, Michael Rosenberg, Liza Silbert, Samuel Rudensky, Kurt Katch, Clara Deutschman, Moishe Zilberkasten, Janet Brand, Wolf Goldfaden, Sonia Gurksaya, Nuchem Brind, David Alexander, Bertha hart, Adold Erberg, Reuben Wendorf, Norman Gewirtzman, Wolf Goldblum, Jacob Nadler, Esther Neroslavskaya, Elizabeth Charney, Reuben Dorf, Moishe Strassberg, Arron Sternberg, Abraham Teitelbaum, Hirsh Kirshman, Philo Bira, Miriam Wajda, Celia Lipzin, Sonia Berman, William Krause, Yudel Dubinsky, Zeb Gold, Leonard Zurit, Shloyme Krauze, Aaron Sternberg, Arthur Spencer, Robert Harris, Leon Kirsky, Jacob Shuchman, A. Erbstein
Content: Includes ads.
Language: In English, with additional title page and cast list in Yiddish.
Statement of responsibility: דראמאטיזירט פון מאריס שווארץ און י.י. זינגער, מוזיק פון וועדרינא שליאנסקי, דעקאראציעס און קאסטיומען פון אלעקסאנדער טשערטאוו, טענץ פון גלוק-סאנדאר, מוזיק דירעקטאר שלום סעקונדע, רעזשי מאריס שווארץ
Physical Description
Extent: 15 p.; ill., 23 cm
Type of Resource
Still image
RLIN/OCLC: 934636967
NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b20873625
Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): bc3e1b00-b313-0133-04c3-00505686d14e
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Item timeline of events

  • 1937: Issued
  • 2017: Digitized
  • 2021: Found by you!
  • 2022

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Di brider Ashkenazi