The Golden Bride
July 4, 2016 – August 28, 2016
Edmond J. Safra Hall
Museum of Jewish Heritage
Edmond J. Safra Plaza
36 Battery Place, NY, NY 10280
Nominated for 2 Drama Desk Awards!
Outstanding Revival of a Musical & Outstanding Director of a Musical
Don’t miss the return of this critically-acclaimed musical romantic comedy!
Presented in Yiddish with English and Russian supertitles.
-The New York Times
“A touching time capsule of hopes and fantasies”
-The New Yorker
Click here to view the E-Playbill.com.
Previews July 4th – July 10 | Performances July 11 – August 28
Premium Seats $45 Previews | $50 Performances
Regular Seats $35 Previews | $40 Performances
$30 NYTF and MJH Members
Click Here to purchase tickets or call (866) 811-4111
GROUPS OF 10-20: Previews $32 | Performances $36 per ticket
GROUPS OF 21+: Previews $30 per ticket | Performances $32 per ticket
Inquire Here to purchase group tickets or call (212) 213-2120 x204
ABOUT THE SHOW:
This 1923, fully restored, Yiddish operetta tells the story of a beautiful young woman named Goldele, who receives an unexpected inheritance, 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. The Golden Bride features a marvelous score by music virtuoso Joseph Rumshinsky and 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
Getting to the Museum of Jewish Heritage:
4/5 to Bowling Green
1 to Rector Street
R to Whitehall Street or Rector Street
M5, M15 to South Ferry
M20 to Battery Park City, stops in front of the Museum
M9 to West Thames
45 minutes before every performances of Di Goldene Kale (excluding Sunday Matinees when there will be Coffee and Conversation on select Sundays 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.
Coffee and Conversation
A series of fascinating discussion, Coffee and Conversation explores the depths of Yiddish theater history conducted by Industry leaders and artists.
Guest speakers include:
July 24 at 12 pm
Avery Robinson Kugel: A National Binding Agent Between Two Worlds
Kugel is one of the most definitively Yiddish foods; this pudding traveled with Jews as they migrated from Germany throughout Eastern Europe and then to America. And just like these Di Goldene Kale, kugel changed. Avery Robinson will take us on a journey into Ashkenazi culinary history, exploring culinary practices from the Yiddish world and how they have been changed, lost, and found in America.
August 21 at 12 pm
Eddy Portnoy Jews Aren’t Funny: A Foray into the Pre-history of American Jewish Humor
Although 20th Century American comedy was largely dominated by Jews, there was a time when they were thought to be a humorless people. While the truth is somewhere in the middle, this talk will explore the historical, social, and cultural processes that made Jews funny, unfunny, and everything in between.
August 28 at 12 pm
Tom Oppenheim is the Artistic Director and President of the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. He is the grandson of the Yiddish-English cross over star Stella Adler and great grandson of the great Yiddish theater impresario Jacob P. Adler.