Reflections of a Lost Poet: The Life and Works of Itzik Manger

Author(s): Miriam Hoffman
Prominent Yiddish poet and playwright, Itzik Manger lived through two world wars. His life and times are portrayed through his songs and poems.
Format: One-man show
Cast Size:1M

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Original or Prominent Production:
National Yiddish Theater Folksbiene, New York, 2012
Nationality of Author: Polish
Original Language: Yiddish with English and Russian supertitles
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