When Rebecca Joy Fletcher was a cantorial student at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, she chanced upon something in the library that would change her life forever. It was a box set of cabaret songs from Weimar-era Germany, and Fletcher knew in that moment of what...
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