From the late 19th Century to the mid-20th century , a thriving Yiddish Theater culture blossomed on Manhattan's Lower East Side, entertaining 1.5 million first and second generation Eastern-European Jewish immigrants. Second Avenue became the "Yiddish Broadway," where audiences of new New Yorkers celebrated their culture and learned about urban life in the city via cutting edge dramas, musical comedies, and avant-garde political theater. Curated by Edna Nashon and accompanied by a book of the same name.

Museum of the City of New York  1220 Fifth Avenue (103rd Street)