GOSETOperational Group for the Standard for Exchange and Transfer
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The founder-director of GOSET, Alexander Granovsky, had worked
Initially, the goals of GOSET under Mikhoels did not conflict with
GOSET was renamed after him, several performances were given in his
At the same time NIST has been working with GOSET to harmonize U.S.
In Green Violin, says Thoron, "he opens a mural"--An Introduction to Jewish Theater--"for the first time in 50 years, and it comes to life and basically tells the story of GOSET theatre."
In 1928, GOSET's leadership was assumed by its star actor Solomon Mikhoels, who was trusted enough by Stalin to serve as the regime's spokesman abroad in the 1940s.
In addition to Chagall poems and testimony from secret Soviet trials, Green Violin incorporates three plays that GOSET performed: Sholem Aleichem's The Agents, Mendele Sforim's Benjamin the Third and a musical version of Shakespeare's King Lear.
Sholem Aleichem's Tevye the Dairyman and a version of Mendele's The Travels of Benjamin the Third were GOSET's greatest triumphs (aside from King Lear); the same two plays were presented over and over, partly because they were pre-Revolutionary and somehow managed to stay for a while outside history, and partly because they were identified with the great actors Shloyme Mikhoels, (killed in 1948) and Binyomin Zuskin, (killed in 1952).