The hit musical Fiddler on the Roof is returning to the stage in Melbourne and Sydney with acclaimed Australian performer Anthony Warlow in the role of Tevye the milkman.
Ten years ago Lior burst onto the music charts with a self-funded debut album. Now he r celebrates the important career milestone with a national tour.
The sound of traditional and contemporary Jewish music reverberated through Elsternwick as local and overseas stars performed for music fans celebrating Melbourne’s inaugural Shir Madness Jewish Music Festival.
The Sydney Jewish Writers’ Festival attracted an impressive line-up of international writers and Australian authors at panel discussions and lectures for the event held at Bondi Junction.
The stage production Bad Jews has sparked controversy over its title, but the play by New York playwright Joshua Harmon is a thought-provoking look at important issues. Read our review.
It has taken author Leah Kaminsky 10 years to complete her debut novel, The Waiting Room, which is set mostly in Israel, mainly in Haifa, during the Second Intifada.
A play by American Arthur Feinsod, staged in Sydney recently, pays tribute to Jan Karski, recognised as Righteous Among the Nations for his efforts during World War II to help the Jews.
Bestselling Australian author Morris Gleitzman has written almost 40 books, including a series about a Jewish boy in Nazi-occupied Poland. The latest book in this remarkable children's series was released recently.
Leading overseas writers will join a strong line-up of local authors at this year’s Sydney Jewish Writers Festival, being held later this month to celebrate the richness and diversity of Jewish writing.