The Yiddish word Folksbiene translates to “the people’s stage.”
For more than a century, the National Yiddish Theatre has been just that — a voice for immigrant artists and audiences and a place to celebrate a vital cultural legacy nearly destroyed in the years surrounding World War II.
Please join us and become part of the National Yiddish Theatre mishpokhe, or family, by donating today. With your help, the people’s stage will thrive for centuries to come. A hartsikn dank— thank you.
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The National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene stands in solidarity mit undzere brider un shvester in Eretz Yisroel.
We condemn this brutal attack against Jewish men, women and children as they woke up to celebrate Shabbas and the end of our holiest days. Fifty years and one day after the Yom Kippur War and only 80 years after the Shoah we cannot understate the seriousness of this attack on Jews.
An attack on one Jew is an attack on all.
Am Yisroel Chai
Sandra F. Cahn and Carol Levin,
NYTF Board co-Chairs
NYTF Artistic Director