Monday, March 30th
Jews in Film, a Women’s League education program: NIGHT AND DAY— The Jewish Connection to the Movie Musicals of the 1940s
Lois Silverman, WLCJ Communications Co-Chair
In the 1940s the creation of Hollywood musicals was led by Jewish composers, directors, and writers. The creators included legends of musical theater including: Irving Berlin, Sigmund Romberg, Jerome Kern, the Gershwin Brothers, Rodgers and Hart, and Rodgers and Hammerstein.
Explore the Jewish contribution to the movie musicals of the 1940s, a decade of vast changes in American society and movie musicals.
Through discussions and movie clips, each stand-alone class will investigate changes to American movie musicals during the decade:
Session 3 will explore the post-war years—1946-1949, Monday, March 20 @ 2 PM ET
FREE registration is a benefit of your Women’s League membership.
Zoom link will be sent upon registering.