Season 2019

Immigrants view Statue of Liberty from Ellis Island

Dreaming In American


    Fleeing the dreadful pogroms of the late 19th century, the horrors of the Holocaust and economic privations, the Jewish people have continually emigrated from the Old World to the new, hoping for a piece of Die Goldene Medina. Here they would find religious freedom and often land and prosperity but their dreams in the Golden Land wavered and morphed as the harsh realities of life as immigrant outsiders tarnished that American glow. This performance piece affirms the lives of the ordinary Jews who scrambled to earn a living on the crowded tenement streets of New York’s Lower East Side only to see their children move uptown and quietly distance themselves from their parents’ old world sensibilities.  Anzia Yezierska, Bernard Malamud and Sholem Asch each poignantly depict dreams lost, found and mutated in circumstances that still resonate among immigrant populations today.

Laura Ferri, Director/Adapter

To book this performance, March through December 2019, please contact us at:    Gold Telephone 3206.660.1996
or by e-mail at:

Shellie Shulkin, Managing Director & Marketing

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