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Manhattan's Yiddish Theatre Houses

Here are fourteen of the many theatre houses that once stood in Manhattan, where Yiddish theatre once was performed.
There were once many more theatres that once stood and entertained many of  those who came before us.
Here you will find forty reviews of Yiddish theatre productions, mostly translated into English from the original Yiddish,
of Yiddish theatre productions put on in Brooklyn Yiddish theatre houses from 1921-1946.

 

         
   

 

  Second Avenue Theatre
35-37 Second Avenue
  Yiddish Folks Theatre
189 Second Avenue

 

     
         
 
     
Public Theatre
66 Second Avenue
  National Theatre
111-117 East Houston Street
 
     

 

Irving Place Theatre
118 East Fifteenth Street

 

Yiddish Art Theatre
189 Second Avenue

 

 

   

 

Windsor Theatre
412 Grand Street

  Lyric Theatre
100 Third Avenue
     
 
Clinton Theatre
80 Clinton Street
  Folksbiene Playhouse
(Educational Alliance)
175 East Broadway
 
     
 
Grand Theatre
235-237 Grand Street
1903
  Lenox Theatre
10 Lenox Avenue
 
     
 
People's Theatre
201 Bowery
 
  Thalia Theatre
and Atlantic Garden
46-46 Bowery, circa 1881
   
     

Gabel's Theatre
235 Bowery

 

 

Gabel's 116th Street Theatre
5th Avenue, corner of 116th Street

 

 

 

 

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