Before “Fiddler on the Roof” became a Broadway classic and cultural touchstone, it was just a pretty bad idea. Who wants to see a musical about a Russian milkman marrying off his daughters before a pogrom?
How successful has "Fiddler on the Roof" been? Maybe a little reminder is in order. Winner of nine Tonys, for almost 10 years the longest-running musical in Broadway history and revived there a full five
When “Fiddler on the Roof” opened on Broadway in 1964, it became an instant hit, a show that captured the Jewish experience of the Old World and made it relevant for a contemporary American audience. 55
A new generation are reclaiming their grandparents' language to further causes of humanism and LGBTQ equality. You’d probably recognise Yiddish if you heard it. It’s that old Jewish vernacular that contains
Two legends! It’s hard to choose a favorite of Kate McKinnon’s Saturday Night Live performances, but if we were to create some sort of ranked list, her Ruth Bader Ginsburg impression would definitely up
The romantic melodrama “The Second Sun” contains a pivotal numerical coincidence of such eye-rolling — and daftly offensive — proportions that, even if the rest of the film were any good, it would be to