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Aleichem

Sholom, real name Solomon Rabinowitz. 1859--1916, US Jewish writer, born in Russia. His works include Tevye the Milkman, which was adapted for the stage musical Fiddler on the Roof
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Leivik (pen name of Leivik Halpern, 1888-1962) and Yehoash (pen name of Solomon Blumgarten, 1872-1927) both stayed at the Jewish Consumptive Relief Society in Denver and Sholem Shtern lived, for a time, in Mount Sinai Sanatorium north of Montreal.
Many centuries before Sholem Aleichem's writings served as inspiration for the honest words of Tevye's tongue, a man named Agur prayed an equally honest but somewhat different prayer to God regarding His economics.
Ann Sholem, who co-founded the company formerly known as Diversions, with her husband Roy Campbell-Moore, quit as artistic director in 2013 - months after Campbell-Moore left his post as artistic associate.
Like Tevye the Milkman's family, whose life stories provide the scaffolding on which to build a near-universal tale, Solomon creates a genealogy for Fiddler, beginning with its roots in Tsarist Russia as created by the beloved Yiddish author Sholem Aleichem.
Kaufman, the granddaughter of Yiddish writer Sholem Aleichem and a vital link to Yiddish culture, died at her Manhattan home after a brief illness, said her daughter, Thea Goldstine.
This dance was already seen as part of NDCWales' 30th anniversary, which saw the loss of first Roy Campbell-Moore and then artistic director Ann Sholem, ending the year with a black cloud over the coS mpany that they had created.
According to prevailing scholarship, this village, called Sholem, was an early Jewish agricultural colony.
Citing examples from Heinrich Heine, Sholem Aleichem, Borscht Belt, and other literary and pop culture influences, she analyzes the functions of Jewish/Yiddish humor in addressing the anxieties of Jewish life, from insider jokes in the East European shtlel to comedy popular with general American audiences.
NDCWales was launched as Diversions in Cardiff in 1983 by dancers and choreographers Roy Campbell-Moore and Ann Sholem. It was awarded national status in 1999 and became National Dance Company Wales.
Artistic director Ann Sholem said: "It was a privilege for us to work with Nigel.
Artistic Director Ann Sholem said: "Whether you're a seasoned National Dance Company Wales fan or have never seen a contemporary dance show before, we look forward to welcoming you and demonstrating just why we have become a leading name on the international dance stage."