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"The Eternal Fools"
A deserved success! "ETERNAL
FOOLS (Eybige naronim),"
in four acts by Harry Kalmanowitz, is praised by critics of
every Yiddish newspaper as a highly interesting moral play
of real life.
Ludwig Satz -- Max Rosenthal in their new, wonderful art roles.
Now playing every Friday
evening, Saturday and Sunday matinee and evening, in the
Irving Place Theatre, which is located on 14th Street and
2. "Oh, you little mashenik. You gave me the good tithe and we gave all five girls. To what are they suitable for me? I do not think I will marry again." -- The greatest comical scene that is seen in Yiddish theatre. Played by Ludwig Satz and Izele Goldstein, in "The Eternal Fools," in the Irving Place Theatre.
3. Ludwig Satz, as the happy, old-world grandfather, Arye Leib. He sings his own composed song, "Oy, I am a Fool," and he is called out from the audience countless times.
4. "See children, what a precious guest we have. We did not look at him at all." -- A wonderful, tragic scene in the last act of "The Eternal Fools," which will be played in the Irving Place Theatre.
5. "For my labor. Everything was bought here at home for my heroine!," cries the offended father, who is ashamed of his children. In the scene there is participating: Ludwig Satz, Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosenthal, Fannie Lubritsky, Ray Schneier, Bella Finkel, Jacob Wexler, Aaron Soffe, Zvi Scooler. See it in "The Eternal Fools," which plays with great success in the Irving Place Theatre.
6. "You want to do the same stupidity I did fifty years ago. Do you also believe in the folly of love? -- Papa loves Mama. -- Mama loves Papa." The scene is filled with ... humor. Performed by Ludwig Satz, Sabina Rosenthal and Jacob Wexler.
7. "My son, everyone has left you. You are alone. But your old father is with you. I feel your pain, your torments." -- A touching scene played by Ludwig Satz and Max Rosenthal, in "The Eternal Fools," which will play with great success for an enthusiastic public in the Irving Place Theatre.
List courtesy of YIVO (Yiddish Institute for Jewish Research).
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