About Gabriela Geselowitz

Gabriela Geselowitz is the editor of Jewcy.com, and a nerd-about-town.

Get Ready for the Revival of a Musical You’ve Probably Never Heard of From the Author of ‘Fiddler’

By September 1, 2017

‘Rags’ closed in 1986 after just four performances. But it’s coming to Connecticut’s Goodspeed Opera House. Read More

Jewish Artist Jack Kirby Co-Created X-Men and Captain America. But What He Did Next Was Even Better.

By August 31, 2017

The celebrated cartoonist hid his greatest Jewish reference in plain sight Read More

Remembering Bea Wain, the Remarkable Jewish Singer Who First Recorded ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’

By August 30, 2017

Wain, who topped Ella Fitzgerald in 1939, passed away earlier this month at 100 Read More

Conan O’Brien’s Whirlwind Tour of Israel is Exactly What You’d Expect—and That’s What Makes It So Fun

By August 29, 2017

The comedian has hit Tel Aviv and Jerusalem by way of El-Al, and the results are predictably endearing, if entirely ordinary Read More

This is the Most Sublime Anti-Semitic Internet Rant You Will Read Today

By August 25, 2017

String Cheese Incident drummer Michael Travis wants you to know that some of his best friends are Jews—and also about the Rothschilds and the Zionist cartel and the “Jewish banking agenda.” Read More

In Decades-Old Jewish Social Justice Manifesto, Lessons for Today’s Activists

By August 24, 2017

The more things changed since 1970, the more they stayed the same Read More

How a Jewish Soda Company Helped the Insane Clown Posse Fight the Nazis

By August 23, 2017

Faygo, started by Jewish immigrants, helped fuel the Juggalos’ anti-Fascist march on DC Read More

In Comic Book World, Queer Is the New Jewish

By August 21, 2017

An art form created by Jews opens a new chapter in diversity and representation of minorities Read More