|Title:||Vilna's Got A Golem: Zavel Mogulesko's Vilna's Got A Golem As Performed By The Mogulesko Yiddish Troupe During The Pogroms Of 1899|
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|Publisher:||Samuel French, Inc. (2000)|
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Ernest Joselovitz wrote a play about the Mogulesko troupe, Vilna's Got a Golem, set in Vilna, Lithuania during the pogroms of 1899. It is a play that celebrates the importance of Mogulesko's troupe, and the more general importance of Yiddish theatre - born in Romania - in an environment of violent repression. a b c Letellier, Robert Ignatius (2015). Operetta: A Sourcebook, Volume II. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
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Philadelphia Festival Theatre for New Plays at Annenberg Center, 3680 Walnut S. through May 19 (898- 6791). I'll bet you didn't know you spoke fluent Yiddish. And so you do, when you sit in the audience at Ernest Joselovitz's new play, Vilna's Got a Golem, at the Festival Theatre for New Plays. Of course the real actors, in Philadelphia in 1996, are speaking English.
Mogulesko's father died when he was nine years old, and his family received assistance from the local Jewish community. He first became a "meshoyrer" (choir singer) in the choir of cantor Iosif Heller, and learned to sight-read music in a mere four months. His mother died within a few more years, and he moved to Chişinău, where he sang in the noted choir of cantor Nisen Belzer. As a preadolescent singer, he was paid 60 rubles per year, at a time when the typical salary of a schoolteacher would have been about 18 rubles per year. He was soon hired away by Cantor Cuper (. Ernest Joselovitz wrote a play about the Mogulesko troupe, "Vilna's Got a Golem", set in Vilna, Lithuania, during the pogroms of 1899.
by Ernest Joselovitz, Jeff Warschauer. Full Length Play, Dramatic Comedy, 6m, 2f. Winner! Philadelphia's Barrymore Award for Best New Play. It's performed in Yiddish though the audience hears English, so the Russian official must rely on an actor to translated for him. He is fed a humorously softened version of the witty allegory about government interference with the arts. Eventually dissension breaks out between those actors who want to give the defiant play as it is written and those who want to do an inoffensive comedy. ZEBI- the comic star. ZAVEL- his younger brother, who is-due to recent events- a psychopath. ZEIZEL- their uncle, who plays- among others- the Rabbi. ENZO- a cousin, who is very big, and plays the Golem. ISAAC & ISADOR- more cousins, who play a variety of roles.
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Vilna's Got a Golem" is a thoughtful drama with some strong writing that nonetheless misses its mark. Production : NEW YORK An American Jewish Theater presentation of a play in two acts written by Ernest Joselovitz. Directed by Lou Jacob. Original and adapted.