April 12, 2021

Why Wikidata is Good for Yiddish Theatre Research

Part two of two on how the digital humanities can inspire the world of Yiddish theatre.
March 15, 2021

Wikidata, Yiddish Theatre Posters, and the World

Der dibek, 1975, Israeli Yiddish entertainment posters, 1930-1981, Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University.
February 24, 2021

Shtetl Gothic on the Virtual Stage: Rokhl Kafrissen’s Shtumer shabes at the Chutzpah Festival

What would it take for a Yiddish theatre production to rival the fame of Sh. An-ski’s The Dybbuk?
February 17, 2021

Being Shmutzik in the COVID Time

Something different from the 2020 AJS meeting.
February 11, 2021

When Corona Came to The Party

What do you do when Coronavirus comes to your birthday party?
January 28, 2021

Adapting God of Vengeance in Buenos Aires: An Interview with Argentine Director Daniel Teveles

The DYTP interviews Daniel Teveles about his reinterpretaiton Sholem Asch’s canonical drama God of Vengeance.
December 30, 2020

An Interview with Ellen Perecman

DYTP contributing editor Alyssa Quint interviews Ellen Perecman about her new collection of translations, Ten Yiddish Plays in Translation.
December 10, 2020

The DYTP Remembers David Shneer

The Digital Yiddish Theatre Project mourns David’s premature passing and cherishes his memory.
November 11, 2020

Ven Moysh iz geforn: Maurice Schwartz on the Yiddish Theatre in Argentina in 1930 (Part I)

In May 1930, Maurice Schwartz – Yiddish actor, director, impresario – went to Buenos Aires, Argentina.
November 11, 2020

Ven Moysh iz geforn: Maurice Schwartz on the Yiddish Theatre in Argentina in 1930 (Part II)

Part II of Maurice Schwartz’s travels to Argentina in 1930.
July 29, 2020

How Two Nudniks Saved History from the Fire

The Moscow State Yiddish Theatre archives are available digitally!