The Golden Bride

Di Goldene Kale

Event details

The Golden Bride
Nominated for 2 Drama Desk Awards!
Outstanding Revival of a Musical
Outstanding Director of a Musical – Bryna Wasserman & Motl Didner

July 4, 2016 – August 28, 2016
In Yiddish with English and Russian supertitles

Join NYTF this Summer for a remount of the NY Times Critics’ Pick The Golden Bride. One of the most-popular operettas of the Roaring Twenties, this fully-restored charming Golden Age romantic comedy, was brought back for the first time in 70 years this past winter.

TICKETS: $50 Premium Seats  |  $40 General Seats  |  $30 MJH and NYTF Members
Click Here to purchase tickets or call (866) 811-4111

GROUPS OF 10-20: 
$36 per ticket  |  21+: $32 per ticket
Inquire Here 
to purchase group tickets or call (212) 213-2120 x204

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ABOUT THE SHOW:
A beautiful young woman named Goldele, who was abandoned as a child, receives an unexpected inheritance and sets off on a journey across the seas to claim her estate, find her mother and offer her hand to the man who can help. With a marvelous score by music virtuoso Joseph Rumshinsky is performed by a cast of 20 and accompanied by a 14-piece orchestra.

RUNNING TIME: 2 Hours 15 Minutes – including a 10 minute intermission

For more information on special rates for group fundraising benefits, please contact:
Aviva Miller: 212-213-2120 ext  208 | amiller@nytf.org
Itzy Firestone: 212-213-2120 ext 204 | groupsales@nytf.org

Getting to the Museum of Jewish Heritage:

Subway
4/5 to Bowling Green
1 to Rector Street
R to Whitehall Street or Rector Street

Bus
M5, M15 to South Ferry
M20 to Battery Park City, stops in front of the Museum
M9 to West Thames

Downtown Connect Bus

Dining Options Near the Museum:
Click here for local restaurants
Click here for Kosher dining options

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Instant Yiddish

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45 minutes before each performance of Di Goldene Kale (excluding Sunday Matinees when there will be Coffee & Conversation at 12 PM)

What’s the difference between “bulbes” and “kartoflekh”? This and other mysteries will be solved in Instant Yiddish, a free and fun 15 minute mini-lesson on the Yiddish language and culture.