The Vilna Troupe, Jewish Theater, And The Art Of Itinerancy
de Debra Caplan
Sobre o livro
Tells the story of how a group of itinerant Jewish performers became the interwar equivalent of a viral sensation, providing a missing chapter in the history of the modern stage. Achieving a most unlikely success through their productions, the Vilna Troupe (1915-36) would eventually go on to earn the attention of theatregoers around the world.