The Writers, Artists, Singers, and Musicians of the National Hungarian Jewish Cultural Association (OMIKE), 1939-1944.

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Main Author: Bondy, Frederick
Format: eBook
Published: Ashland : Purdue University Press, 2016.
Series:Shofar supplements in Jewish studies.
Online Access:Available via EBSCO eBook Collection
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Table of Contents:
  • Cover
  • Copyright
  • Dedication
  • Contents
  • Foreword to the English Edition
  • Foreword to the Hungarian Edition
  • Editor's Note to the English Edition
  • Introduction to the English Edition
  • 1. The OMIKE Theater in Goldmark Hall
  • Samu Stern, President of the Jewish Religious Community of Pest
  • The Cultural Mission of Hungarian Jewry is to ensure the existence of the Artistic Enterprise
  • Géza Ribáry
  • About those who fulfill and those who fail to fulfill their obligations
  • Hugó Csergõ
  • Quoting Géza Ribáry
  • 2. The OMIKE Artistic Enterprise
  • The Leadership
  • The Director
  • Economic Structure of the Artistic Enterprise
  • Official Duties and Regulations
  • Artistic Duties
  • Programming
  • The OMIKE's Company
  • Casting
  • 3. The Drama Company
  • The Artistic Director and Dramaturgist (Playwright)
  • OMIKE's Most Successful Writers
  • Hugó Csergõ
  • How Did I Become a Playwright?: Written by Dezsõ Kellér
  • Jenő Mohácsi, the Poet of Legends
  • Ferenc Molnár
  • Ernő Szép
  • The Artists Associated with the OMIKE Artistic Enterprise and Others Involved in Theatrical Operations
  • The Main Director of the Drama Company
  • Notable Members of the Drama Ensemble
  • Gyula Bartos
  • Lajos Gárdonyi
  • Lajos Gellért
  • József Gonda
  • Soubrette-Of a Swimmer
  • Béla Lénárd
  • György Nagy and His Wife, Kató Bán
  • Béla Ormos
  • Sometimes I Am Seized With Doubt: Written by Erzsi Palotai
  • Judit Párdányi
  • Sándor Radó
  • Alíz Rajna
  • Imre Ráday
  • A Hundred Actors Look For a Stage
  • The "Little Rott
  • Béla Salamon
  • From Kölesd until the OMIKE: Aladár Sarkadi's 50 years
  • Zsuzsa Simon, the Devil's Disciple
  • Ibolya Solt
  • Dr. Dezső Szabó
  • Kálmán Szentiványi the Announcer-Poet
  • I Wanted to Be the World's Smallest Actor: Written by Vilmos Szirmai
  • Good Evening! Ferike Vidor Became a "Decent" Woman
  • Kálmán Zátony.
  • 4. Musical Life in the OMIKE Artistic Enterprise
  • The List of Artists Performing in Musical Events (Opera, Concert, Operetta)
  • The Musical Direction of the OMIKE
  • Conductors of the OMIKE
  • The Vocal Artists of the OMIKE Artistic Enterprise
  • Dezsõ Ernster
  • Sándor Farkas
  • Pál Fehér
  • Kató Gergely: A Hungarian Jewish Opera Singer Launches Her Career
  • Manci Herendi, the "Whistling Artist
  • Oszkár Kálmán
  • Ilona Ladányi
  • Andor Lendvay
  • The Ney Family
  • Erzsi Radnai
  • Gabriella Relle
  • Vera Rózsa
  • Annie Spiegel
  • Known and Unknown Heroes of the Orchestra
  • 5. The Technical Operation of the OMIKE Artistic Enterprise
  • The Auditorium
  • The Stage
  • The Invisible Actors
  • Preparing for the Show
  • 6. A Few Interesting Statistical Data
  • Afterword to the English Edition
  • Acknowledgments to the English Edition
  • Appendix 1: Photographs of Goldmark Hall, Performances, and OMIKE Artists
  • Appendix 2: Programs of Mûvészakció Plays, Concerts, Operas, Cabaret, and Operettas
  • Appendix 3: Announcements of Fine Arts Exhibitions for Painters, Graphic Artists, and Sculptors
  • Appendix 4: OMIKE Mûvészakció Victims of the Holocaust
  • Glossary to the English Edition
  • Contributors to the Hungarian Edition
  • Contributors to the English Edition
  • Bibliography
  • Index.