Elie Wiesel

Birth Place: Sighet, Transylvania, ROMANIA

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Jackie Osorio, Noah F. Madril And Emily Trujillo Join Long Running Latinx THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK For Limited LA Engagement

Actors Jackie Osorio, Noah F. Madril and Emily Trujillo join the critically acclaimed 2018 LA production of The Diary of Anne Frank in the roles of Mr. & Mrs. Van Daan and Margot Frank. The revival, which garnered international attention with its predominately LatinX cast, will run for four performances September 17 at A Place Called Home and September 19-21 at the Colony Theatre.

Rita Moreno and Marlene A. Malek Named 2023 Lincoln Medalists

Ford's Theatre Society will honor Rita Moreno and Marlene A. Malek at the 2023 gala performance.

The Colony Theatre Brings Back The Latinx Production Of THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK After Sell Out Engagement

Due to overwhelming response to January's limited run, Burbank's Colony Theatre is bringing back the critically acclaimed 2018 LA production of The Diary of Anne Frank.

Explore Impactful Art, Through Meaningful Dialogue At FINDING LIGHT At WFA2023

Active participation, neutrality, abstinence. How do we participate in History? How do we deal with social issues, such as bigotry and hatred, when they do not directly resonate with us? How can art make a difference to our societies in promoting human rights protection? And how can we make the world a fairer place? Finding Light is a film that strives to connect the past with the present and make it relevant through dance.

HOW TO LIVE To Have World Premiere At The 14th Street Y in January

Mindy Pfeffer's thought provoking new play HOW TO LIVE is slated to have its World Premiere at the 14th Street Y in the East Village in January 2023.

ISing Silicon Valley Names Rhett Del Campo As Its First Executive Director

Known for its transformational choral education and performance programs for 1st-12th grade girls, iSing Silicon Valley is kicking off its 10th anniversary season and advancing its strategic trajectory by welcoming its first Executive Director, Rhett M. Del Campo.

Algemeiner To Host J100 Gala With Pat Boone, Enes Kanter Freedom & More

The Algemeiner newspaper celebrates their 50th Anniversary with their J100 Gala – this year honoring singer Pat Boone, NBA athlete and activist Enes Kanter Freedom, former Austrian chancellor Sebastian Kurz, and philanthropists Ben and Annie Fisher – on Tuesday, November 29, 2022 at the Ziegfeld Ballroom.

Latinx THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK Returns For A Special Limited Los Angeles Area Engagement In January 2023

With support from the Rosenthal Family Foundation, the critically acclaimed 2018 Los Angeles production of The Diary of Anne Frank will return for a special limited engagement at Burbank's Colony Theatre. The revival, which garnered international attention with its predominately LatinX cast, will run for three performances January 19 & 20, 2023.

Photos: Ellis Island Honors Society Hosts 35th Annual Awards Ceremony

View photos as the Ellis Island Honors Society (EIHS) hosted the 35th Annual Ellis Island Medals of Honor ceremony, where 85 medalists were recognized for their leadership and service within their communities and professions while exemplifying the values of the American way of life. The black-tie gala was held in Ellis Island’s Great Hall, the original registry room and gateway for 12 million immigrants to the U.S.

The 92nd Street Y Announces Post-COVID Transformation With New Name, Renovation & More

The 92nd Street Y, New York (92NY) today announced that, building on lessons learned during the pandemic, it is set to relaunch itself for the 21st Century, bringing its values and programming to more people in more places more effectively than ever before.

Benefit Concert For Ukraine Will Be Performed at Lincoln Center

Artists from the Metropolitan Opera, Broadway and beyond will entertain and uplift audiences with their moving performances. The concert program will feature popular favorites - and some hidden gems! - from opera, musical theater and the great American songbook, along with poignant poetry and a few moving instrumental works to inspire and restore our sense of hope and community.

New Edition of FOR COLORED GIRLS to be Published With Introduction by Camille A. Brown

Scribner has announced the April 2022 reissue of the award-winning play for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf by Ntozake Shange, in celebration of its upcoming Broadway revival by Tony nominated choreographer and director, Camille A. Brown.

Pulitzer Prize Finalist Lore Segal's Novel OTHER PEOPLE'S HOUSES to be Adapted for the Stage

Pulitzer Prize finalist Lore Segal’s internationally acclaimed semi-autobiographical novel Other People’s Houses will be adapted for the stage by Emily Feldman and three-time Obie Award winner Daniel Aukin.

HITLER'S TASTERS Gets Reading and Talkback With Playwright Michelle Kholos Brooks and Holocaust Historian Gavriel D. Rosenfeld

Join the cast, director, and playwright of Hitler's Tasters on Tuesday, February 23 at 4:30 p.m., ET, as they share excerpts from their award-winning play about a group of young women who have the opportunity to die for their country every day as Adolf Hitler's food tasters.

Tune In to A New Workshop On How To Write A Memorable Memoir

The Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy will present Have You Ever Wanted to Write Your Life Stories but Didn't know How to Start? A workshop with 4 classes on Monday, December 7, 14, 21, and 28th, 2020 from 10:30AM to 12:00PM.

92Y Announces its 2020 Extraordinary Women Awards

Join 92Y's Extraordinary Women Awards, a virtual interactive event on Tuesday, November 10 (12-1 pm ET) honoring Leadership through Adversity. The event celebrates game-changing and trailblazing women who bring equity, leadership and contributions to their communities and who work to rebuild a world in which we all belong.

Judith Lynn Stillman and Will Liverman's Collaboration Takes First Place In OperaVision's International Competition

Throughout quarantine, Rhode Island College artist in residence, Judith Lynn Stillman kept busy working remotely on musical video projects, which examined complex universal issues.

Orlando Bloom to Produce a Drama About Jared Gesner

Deadline reports that Orlando Bloom will produce a TV series at Amazon based on the story of human rights lawyer Jared Genser, who has helped free political prisoners in a number of hot zones around the world.

ISing Silicon Valley Drops Debut Release 'Here I Stand'

iSing Silicon Valley announced today the release of their debut album, Here I Stand, on the Innova Recordings label. Here I Stand celebrate the power of girls to change the world as they raise their voices in remembrance, in strength, and in the pure, shared delight of coming together to sing.  


Aimee Ginsburg Bikel (Theodore Bikel's wife and director of the Theodore Bikel Legacy Project) is presenting a special Webinar Zoominar program: THE CITY OF LIGHT: STORIES AND SONGS OF THEODORE BIKEL on June 2, 2020 04:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada).


Elie Wiesel has written 2 shows including Zalmen or The Madness of God (Playwright), The Haggadah (Source Material).

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