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Sam Leve

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
-3-D set model by Sam Leve for Mirele Efros-
-3-D set model by Sam Leve for Mirele Efros-
-a set by Sam Leve-
-A sketch for a set design by Sam Leve-
-design by Sam Leve-
-Maurice Schwartz and associates-
-poster by Sam Leve for the Federal Theater Project-
-Poster of the Yiddish art theater with photographs of Samuel Goldenburg, Maurice Schwartz, Jacob Ben Ami, Bertha Gersten, Helen Beverly, Anna Appel, Luba Kadison, Paul Baratoff, Lazar Freed, Ernest Lenart and Isidore Casher-
-program for Chaim Grade's Mother's Sabbath Days directed and dramatized by David Licht and featuring Mina Kern, Norman Krueger, and Zipora Shpaisman at the Folksbiene, 1961-
-program for Chaim Grade's Mother's Sabbath Days directed and dramatized by David Licht with sets by Sam Leve and music by Henach Kon at the Folksbiene, 1961-
-Program for Gordin's Mirele Efros with a bio of Academy award nominee Ida Kaminska-
-program for Ida Kaminska's production of Jacob Gordin's Mirele Efros with Chaim Tauer, David Ellin, Henrietta Jacobson and others. Sets by Sam Leve-
-program for Ida Kaminska's production of Mirele EfrosJacob Gordin; Jacob Kalich and Louis Feiman; Buloff, Joseph
-program for Ida Kaminska's production of Mirele Efros-
-program for Ida Kaminska's production of Mirele Efros by Jacob Gordin with Henrietta Jacobson, David Ellin, Chaim Tauber and others with sets by Sam Leve-
-program for Jacob Ben Ami's National Theater production of Khaver Nakhman based on the novel East of Eden by I.J. Singer-
-Program for Maurice Schwartz's English speaking repertory company, The Downtown National Theater with Joan, Copeland, Anatole Winogradoff, Roger Hamilton, Martin Brooks, Michael Tolan and Nancy R. Pollack performing The Grass is Always Greener with sets by Sam Leve-
-Program for Maurice Schwartz's prodcution of Three Cities by Sholom Asch with photograph of Luba Kadison (center) and others-
-Program for Maurice Schwartz's prodcution of Three Cities by Sholom Asch with photographs of the composer Sholom Secunda, choreographer Lillian Shapiro and set designer Sam Leve-
-Program for Maurice Schwartz's production of Three Cities by Sholem Asch with Jacob Ben Ami and Samuel Goldenburg-