The Jewish/Russian singer Wladimir Vysotsky is also known as the Jacques Brel of Russia. As he died in 1980, he left 600 songs to discover. He calls himself a poet and chooses "Dirty Yid" as a nickname. His lyrics about the selvedge, whores and love are timeless. Di Gojim brings back Vysotsky's immortal heroes to life in the language of the street; Liwaddes, Fries and Yiddish. A magisterial show about the passion for the Gajes, the scum and the hoodlums.