The New York Jewish Film Festival - January 14 - 29

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A new play tells the story of the immigrants' son who opened a color-blind jazz joint.

Batsheva's Ohad Naharin doesn't separate his choreography from his troupe's interpretation.

Two of Gelsey Kirkland’s dancers have choreographed ballet lives for themselves.

Coming of age means death and sexual violence in 'On the Other Side of the River.'

Modernist opera on a Chanukah theme has been a long time coming.

World-music show features Israel's Idan Raichel and Mali Toure.

Helena Rubinstein's eclectic take on beauty at The Jewish Museum.