$99 (first 5 rows of theater!)
For more than a year, Anatevka’s Jews have been singing their bittersweet story of love, family, tradition and tragedy on New York stages . . . in their native language. From the Museum of Jewish Heritage, where it was extended four times, this extraordinary Yiddish-language production of Sholem Aleichem’s classic story moved uptown . . . and has riveted audiences ever since with the authenticity of the at-once familiar and entirely original rendition of the music and tales we thought we knew.
Join us for a performance and a special post-discussion with the cast
Attendees will meet at the theater: Stage 42 at 422 West 42nd Street.
Show begins promptly at 3:00 PM.