LIVE AND ON AIR
Up Close and Personal with Tovah Feldshuh: East Brunswick Jewish Center Gala and Fundraiser
NOV 7, 2020
Tovah Reunites with Dr. Edith Eva Eger for the United Jewish Appeal Federation
NOV 9, 2020
Monday, November 9, 2020 6 p.m., Tovah sits down with Dr. Edith Eger to talk about her bestseller The Choice and the power of Love, Forgiveness, and Choosing Joy on the 82nd anniversary of Kristallnacht. For more information visit https://www.ujafedny.org/event/view/gift-of-choosing-joy
Tovah Headlines the Jews, Jazz, & Justice concert at the San Diego Jewish Arts Festival
NOV 19, 2020
Thursday, November 19, 2020 Get your tickets at SDREP.org for Tovah's performance streaming at 7pm PST
Tovah Chosen as the Featured Author at the Historic Detroit Jewish Book Fair
DEC 5, 2020
Saturday, December 5, 2020 Tovah will be acting parts of LILYVILLE, her first memoir, and answering questions about what inspired her to write about her 60+ year relationship with her mother, Lily, who lived till over 103 for better or for exasperation. During the more than six decades that Lily and Tovah were figuring themselves out, expectations for women were transformed again and again by the women’s movement, the sexual revolution, and the subsequent mandate for women to “have it all.”
If you came looking for behind-the-scenes tales from The Walking Dead or the history-making miniseries Holocaust with TV’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend sprinkled in between; or you’re looking for secret anecdotes about her roles on Broadway in Yentl, Pippin, and Golda’s Balcony, with classics like Juliet and Dolly Levi folded in—tune in to the DETROIT JEWISH BOOK FAIR
'The Book of Ruth' Wins BEST NARRATIVE at the San Diego International Jewish Film Festival
October 25, 2020 'The Book of Ruth' takes home the Best Narrative award for its thoughtful and profound story of a Jewish grandmother with a big secret. https://www.lfjcc.org/cjc/sdijff.aspx
Did Jews Re-Invent Broadway?
Panelists were: Tovah Feldshuh, Mike Burstyn & Raymond Knapp, Distinguished Professor of Musicology at UCLA's Herb Alpert School of Music and winner of the 2004-05 George Jean Nathan Award for Dramatic Criticism.
Moderator was Professor Mark Kligman, renowned expert on Jewish music and the inaugural holder of the Mickey Katz Endowed Chair in Jewish Music at UCLA.