Shpiel

SHPIEL! SHPIEL! SHPIEL!
March 15th – April 5th

Written By: Murray Schisgal
(Tony and Oscar Nominated writer of Tootsie, Luv)

Three plays tracing the America-Jewish experience across

 three generations.

Pushcart Peddlers:
Directed by Motl Didner
with
Michael L. Harris
Dani Marcus
Stuart Marshall

The Man Who Couldn’t Stop Crying:
Directed by Gene Saks
with
Suzanne Toren
I.W. (“Itzy”) Firestone

74 Georgia Avenue:
Directed by Bob Dishy
with
Harry Peerce
Tony Perry

Set Design by Vicki Davis
Costume Design by Gail Cooper-Hecht
Lighting Design by Russel Phillip Drapkin
Sound Design by Don Jacobs

Welcome to The National Yiddish Theatre

TICKETS:
Orchestra $55, Balcony $45,
Students $25
or Purchase Tickets: 1-800-595-4849
Group Sales- 212-213-2120 x204

Previews Begin March 15th

Wednesdays

2:00pm & 8:00pm

Thursdays

2:00pm & 8:00pm

Saturdays

8:30pm

Sundays

2:00pm & 6:00pm

SPECIAL RED CARPET OPENING NIGHT:
March 19th, 2009- 7:00pm
Tickets: $100
Call:212-213-2120×208
Reception following with great entertainment, food and beverages.

IN YIDDISH AND ENGLISH WITH RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH SUPERTITLES

KIBITZ! WITH THE ARTISTS
Sunday March 22 and Sunday March 29
Post Show Discussion

Please join us for this special series where you get an in-depth look at what goes on behind the scenes as well as have an up-close conversation with the Artists. Murray Schisgal (Tony and Oscar Nominated author or TOOTSIE, LUV, and others) and Bob Dishy will be our guests. This talk back will take place immediately following the 6pm show.

FOR BOX OFFICE SALES – 800-595-4849

To become a subscribing member and reserve your tickets please email or call our Membership Services Department!

Email: membership@folksbiene.org or Call 212-213-2120 x 208

GROUP SALES
For Group Sales for all National Yiddish Theatre Mainstage Shows,
outreach & education, and Special programs please contact:
Itzy Firestone 212-213-2120 x 204
or email: groupsales@folksbiene.org

 
Doesn't matter if you don't speak Yiddish (and you don't have to be Jewish, either!) — there are "supertitles" above the stage.

 (Murray Schisgal’s work in included in One On One:  The Best Women’s Monologues for the 21st Century and the June release Duo!: The Best Scenes for Two for the 21st Century—both from Applause Theatre and Cinema Books.)

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