kishufmakherin)," at the Yiddish Art Theatre on 27th
Street and Madison Avenue (Madison Square Garden
building). Telephone: Madison Square 6963.
Maurice Schwartz, Director.
Maurice Schwartz stages Abraham Goldfaden's classic
comedy with music, especially re-arranged by Joseph
Cherniavsky. May cheerfulness be a holiday joy!
Every Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday matinee
and evening. 50c. $1 or $1.50.
CAPTIONS, left to
Cherniavsky, who re-arranged the music to "The
Witch"; Abraham Goldfaden, the father of Yiddish
theatre; and Maurice Schwartz, the director of the
Yiddish Art Theatre.
1. 3rd scene from the 2nd part of Goldfaden's "The
Witch." -- A Turkish coffee-house in Istanbul.
2. 1st scene from the 1st part of "Goldfaden's "The
Witch." -- by Abrahamtsi, in the house. --
Row 2 (middle):
The stepmother (Anna Apel). The Bobe Yakhne (Maurice
Schwartz) and Alikum (Ben-Zvi Baratov), in a
remarkable scene in the 2nd part of "The Witch."
1. The fiery Hotzmakh (Muni Weisenfreund).
2. Moshe Smitshik's famous kapelye of "The Witch."
3. The Bobe Yakhne -- kishuf-makherin (Maurice
1. The bridegroom Markus (Lazar Freed)
2. The market. 3rd scene of the 1st part of
Goldfaden's "The Witch."
3. The bride Mirele (Anna Teitelbaum)
1. The broad-boned Alikum (Ben-Zvi Baratov)
2. The market schchterk (Marc Schweid)
3. The witch Batya (Anna Appel)
4. The lung-and-liver butcher (Izidor Casher)
5. The father Avraham'tse (Jacob Mestel)
1. Closing scene of Goldfaden's "The Witch."
-- The Bobe Yakhne (Maurice Schwartz) flees out of
the chimney of the burning red inn.
2. With the Bobe Yakhne in the magic shtibl.