A theater is offering inexpensive stress-free entertainment for New Yorkers who’ve hit rock bottom.
The Jewish Theater of New York announced Monday that anyone on food stamps or Medicaid can see its upcoming production for just $5. Full-price tickets are $50.
Press 93 For Kosher Jewish Girls In Krakow opens Jan. 17 at the Kraine Theater.
The play is about ultra-Orthodox rabbis.
Mr. Hatch, 75, said this was his first venture into Jewish music. It will not be his last.
“Anything I can do for the Jewish people, I will do,” Mr. Hatch said in an interview before heading to the Senate floor to debate an abortion amendment. “Mormons believe the Jewish people are the chosen people, just like the Old Testament says.”