Tovah Feldshuh

Becoming Golda

The transformation of Tovah Feldshuh.

06/15/2015 - 20:00

While many Israelis express dissatisfaction with the country’s current crop of political leaders, Golda Meir’s reputation continues to grow — 37 years after she died. Kiev-born Meir (nee Meyerson), who served as prime minister from 1969-’74, is the subject of “Golda’s Balcony,” a one-woman show in which actress Tovah Feldshuh has starred for a dozen years.

Photo by Michael Datikash

Feldshuh’s Fountain Of Youth

02/17/2015 - 19:00
Special To The Jewish Week

I’m discarding linear time,” Tovah Feldshuh, the four-time Tony nominee, tells The Jewish Week, sounding as if she had a role as one of Eddie Redmayne’s professors in the physics-heavy “The Theory of Everything.”

Forever young: About her new show, “Aging is Optional, Tovah Feldshuh says, performing is “a youthifier.” Courtesy of Below 54

Tim Boxer: ‘Let’s Shoot Only With Movies’

05/08/2011 - 20:00
Special to the Jewish Week

Before Liev Schreiber headed to the Paris Theater on May 5 to accept an award at the Israel Film Festival, he said he did “what every good Jewish boy would do — I called my mother.”


His mom, Heather, told him to say it’s wonderful to be a Jew.

Of course Schreiber immediately responded, “But ma, is it not also wonderful to not be a Jew?”

Mom replied, “How should I know?”

Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber at Israel Film Festival. Photo by Tim Boxer
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