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  • Second Avenue: New York’s Yiddish Rialto

    Second Avenue: New York’s Yiddish Rialto

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    Yiddish theater sprouted in the capital cities of Eastern Europe but came into full bloom on Second Avenue on New York’s Lower East Side. Yiddish theater was a phenomenon that produced 20 or more shows every night. Postcard advertising was a favored media in finding audiences.

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Nathaniel Dancer
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Postcard History’s tour, with Nate Dancer, is on schedule for its next stop in Barcelona, Spain, but there will be a slight detour. We go first to Gibraltar for a glimpse at one of Nate’s favorites – The Arch of St. Jago. Afterward, he will take you to a second special place in Barcelona and the destination of this episode is at one of the world’s largest, all-brick structures.

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