Purim e gli albori del teatro ebraico in Italia

Maria Luisa Mayer Modena

The Jewish theatre in Hebrew has its very first beginning in Italy with the "Wedding Comedy" by Leone de Sommi (Mantua, floruit 1550), whose inspiration owes much to the Purim tradition. Jewish theatre, especially the Judaeo-Italian one, continues to flourish until XX century, always maintaining a strong connection with the Purim celebration. This article will deal with the development of the Jewish theatre - both in Hebrew and in Jewish language -, with particular emphasis...
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