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‏גאט פון נקמה

Title
  • ‏גאט פון נקמה [graphic]
  • Goṭ fun neḳome [graphic]
Publication
[Buenos Aires] : Teatro Mitre, [193-?]
Electronic Resource
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Still imageBy appointment onlyAvailable**P (Theater Collection, Placard no. 101-122)Schwarzman Building - Dorot Jewish Division Room 111

Details

Additional Authors
Teatro Mitre (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Description
1 poster; 31 x 22 cm.
Series Statement
[Yiddish Theater Placards]
Subjects
Note
  • [God of Vengeance]
  • [Monday evening only. Every aware person should come to the Teatro Mitre to see the world-famous drama by the great Yiddish writer Sholem Asch, "God of Vengeance". With this work our great writer became well-known throught the world. This play has been performed in German, Russian, English, Polish and French. Our great theatrical artists Maurice Schwartz, David Kessler, and Rudolf Schildkraut became renowned while performing Sholem Asch's famed drama. Leonid Sokolov, the premier interpreter of classical repertoire on the Yiddish stage, performs in this play just once with the Vizsho-Crespo troupe in Teatro Mitre ... this coming Monday the 25th, 9:45 p.m. Main roles: Jacob Tshaptshovitsh, the house pimp: Leonid Sokolov. Manke, the house prostitute: Clara Fridman].
  • [Yiddish performance company under the direction of the dramatic artist Clara Fridman].
  • NYPL Digital Collection Image 435152
Call Number
**P (Theater Collection, Placard no. 111)
Title
Goṭ fun neḳome [graphic]
Alternate Script for Title
גאט פון נקמה [graphic]
Imprint
[Buenos Aires] : Teatro Mitre, [193-?]
Series
[Yiddish Theater Placards]
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Alternate Script for Subject
פרידמאן, קלארא.
Alternate Script for Subject
סאקאלאוו, לעאניד.
Alternate Script for Subject
אש, שלום, 0881-7591. גאט פון נקמה.
Place of Publication
Argentina Buenos Aires
Added Author
Teatro Mitre (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Research Call Number
**P (Theater Collection, Placard no. 111)
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