ДOROGA, or Doroga is, according to its creators, “an experimental, interactive play that explores the Russian-Jewish immigrant experience through a series of dramatic snapshots and a dialogue between the past and the present.”
It was put together by a group known collectively as the Lost and Found Project.
One of the show’s stars also happens to hang her hat in Bensonhurst.
Jane Tuv immigrated to New York from Odessa, Ukraine. She’s a freelance writer and editor who instructs children in fine and performing arts. She co-founded the Arlekino Theater Troupe to instill an appreciation for the arts and Jewish heritage in young children through art, dance, music, and drama workshops.
She currently teaches pre-school age children about Jewish traditions and practices at the Jewish Community Center in Manhattan. She also serves as Communications Manager for the National Yiddish Theater-Folksbiene.
Since this will be Jane’s first stage experience, we caught up with her to find out more. Click Here To Find Out About