Posts Tagged ‘ musicals ’

“Hamilton” Fans Have This Jewish Biographer To Thank

June 13, 2016
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"Hamilton" Fans Have This Jewish Biographer To Thank

Before getting jealous that you have to wait till 2018 for your chance to see “Hamilton” while a fellow named Ron Chernow has seen the Tony-sweeping Broadway musical about 40 times, note that actually, we have him to thank for it. Back in 1998, Chernow wrote the Alexander Hamilton biography…

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The Jewish Country Music King

July 24, 2014
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The Jewish Country Music Star

He’s 6’7″, wears a long grey ponytail down his back, and was named Texas Musician…

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The Cantor’s Son Behind “The Threepenny Opera”

February 11, 2014
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kurt

An early-20th-century cantor’s son, steeped in the traditions of the old world, aspires for pop…

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Carlebach Hits Broadway

September 17, 2013
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soul-dr

Soul Doctor, the new Broadway musical based on Rabbi…

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America’s Most Musical Tale of Protestants, Blacks, and Jews

August 5, 2011
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ragtime

In Ragtime, an enormous and varied cast of characters knocks…

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It’s All About the Fruit

September 8, 2010
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its all about the fruit

There’s a boy named Todd who’s a little…

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