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Date Of Birth:
April 27, 1862
Date Of Death:
July 15, 1930 (68)
Birth Place:
Constantinople, OTTOMAN EMPIRE
 
Rudolph Schildkraut Headshot
Date of Birth: April 27, 1862
Date of Death: July 15, 1930 (68)

Birth Place: Constantinople, OTTOMAN EMPIRE
VIDEO: The Congress for Jewish Culture's ASCH WEDNESDAY Celebration Now Available for Photo VIDEO: The Congress for Jewish Culture's ASCH WEDNESDAY Celebration Now Available for Viewing
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 24, 2021

One week after Ash Wednesday, the Congress for Jewish Culture has posted its special celebration of writer Sholem Asch with their online event titled ASCH WEDNESDAY. Sholem Asch is best known for his play GOD OF VENGEANCE, which he wrote in 1906 and was published in English-language translation in 1918.

Congress for Jewish Culture to Celebrate Sholem Asch With Online Event ASCH WEDNESDAY Photo Congress for Jewish Culture to Celebrate Sholem Asch With Online Event ASCH WEDNESDAY
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 16, 2021

Tomorrow, Ash Wednesday, the Congress for Jewish Culture will host a special celebration of writer Sholem Asch, with an online event titled ASCH WEDNESDAY. Sholem Asch is best known for his play GOD OF VENGEANCE, which he wrote in 1906 and was published in English-language translation in 1918.

Photo Coverage: INDECENT Ends a Memorable Run at the Bluebarn Theatre Photo Photo Coverage: INDECENT Ends a Memorable Run at the Bluebarn Theatre
by Christine Swerczek - Apr 15, 2019

Bluebarn Theatre ended a highly successful run of Paula Vogel's INDECENT yesterday in Omaha. The play relates the controversial production of Sholem Asch's play 'God of Vengeance' on Broadway in 1923. The cast of the original Broadway production was arrested on the grounds of obscenity. Bluebarn with its cast and crew magnificently turned out one of the most beautifully produced plays in Omaha.

BWW REVIEW: INDECENT at Arena Stage Photo BWW REVIEW: INDECENT at Arena Stage
by Elliot Lanes - Nov 30, 2018

There are some plays in the history of Broadway that you just scratch your head as to why they didn't have a longer run. Paula Vogel's Indecent is definitely one of those plays. It opened to rave reviews on Broadway, won the Tony Award for best direction and only ran 128 performances. The award win gave the show a considerable box office bump, but not enough to convince the show's producers to make a run of it in the summer heat. Thankfully, PBS preserved the Broadway production for posterity and the play is now getting a much deserved second life in regional theaters across the country.

New Yiddish Rep's GOD OF VENGEANCE, Basis of Broadway-Bound INDECENT, Begins Tonight at La MaMa
by BWW News Desk - Dec 22, 2016

New Yiddish Rep's highly anticipated 'God of Vengeance,' begins previews for a five-week Off-Broadway run at La MaMa, 74A East 4th Street, starting tonight, December 22. It opens on Christmas Day, Sunday, December 25 at 7:30pm.

Casting Complete for New Yiddish Rep's GOD OF VENGEANCE at La MaMa
by BWW News Desk - Nov 7, 2016

Casting is now complete for New Yiddish Rep's highly anticipated 'God of Vengeance,' which begins previews for a five-week Off-Broadway run at La MaMa, 74A East 4th Street, starting December 22. It opens on Christmas Day, Sunday, December 25 at 7:30pm.