The New York Times

Review: The Beasts Have Arrived, in a Yiddish ‘Rhinoceros’


Netflix Teams With ‘Jesus Camp’ Directors on ‘One of Us’


Ionesco’s Rhinoceros to Make Yiddish Language Debut Off-Broadway

The New York Times

An Incisive Play About Hasidism, With Actors Who Lived It

The New York Times

Review: In ‘God of Vengeance,’ a Nice Jewish Family Lives Above a Brothel

The New York Times

In ‘Felix & Meira,’ Luzer Twersky Revisits the Hasidic World He Left

Heeb Magazine

Chosen Interview: Luzer Twersky – Well Dressed Yid On The Rise

Luzer Twersky: I’m not a “yes man”, I’m more of a “why not man”

Breakfast Television Interview

Maxime Giroux's film "Felix et Meira" follows a young Hassidic wife and mother who is struggling with the traditions of her religion, and a French-Canadian man who has lost his way. Giroux joins us along with actor Luzer Twersky.

Filmmaker Maxime Giroux and actor Luzer Twersky chats with Montreal Gazette entertainment writer Brendan Kelly about the Quebec film Félix et Meira. It is about a Hassidic married woman who has an affair with a francophone guy who is not Jewish.(Marie-France Coallier / MONTREAL GAZETTE) Interview (Geneva, Switzerland)

A l'occasion de la sortie suisse de "Félix et Meira" de Maxime Giroux, CLAP.CH a eu la chance de rencontrer l'un des acteurs du film, Luzer Twersky, au bar du cinéma Les Scala de Genève.

Bergen Gazette (Bergen, Norway)

Coverage on the first live concert of "The Luzers".

Jewish Telegraph Agency

Showbiz Meets Shtetl: Helping Hollywood get Hasidim Right