written by S. Ansky

directed by Carl Spatz

Friday April 24th 1970 — Saturday May 16th 1970

Based on Jewish folklore, its dark implications of other-worldly forces at work in a simple village make for gripping theater. To the Chassidic Jews of Eastern Europe, a dybbuk was not legend or myth. When a girl suddenly speaks with the voice of her dead lover, the villagers realize she is possessed by a dybbuk.


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