For one night only, Saul Reichlin performs his one-man show of the lost world of Sholem Aleichem. Reichlin plays the great writer himself as he returns to the (fictional) shtetl of his youth, and faces the characters of his famous stories — all brimming with that uniquely Jewish tragic humor. One Tevye the milkman will be there, of course.
Adam Dickter |
Assistant Managing Editor
He tried out such stage names as Chester Flame and Peter Avalanche at Yale Drama School, but when he got the chance to star in TV and movies Henry Winkler stuck with the one his German refugee parents gave him.