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Terezin: Children of the Holocaust live Q&A with playwright & cast

Tuesday, April 13, 2021 1 Iyyar 5781

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Watch the film Terezin, Children of the Holocaust at your convenience between April 9 - 14, and then join playwright Anna Smulowitz & Terezin cast members for a live Zoom Q& A discussion about the film.

About the film: For 50 years, Terezin: Children of the Holocaust has been performed live, as a stage play, for schools and audiences around the world. The first-ever filmed production of the play premiered virtually on Saturday, February 6, at a time when its message has never been so necessary or relevant.

Terezin follows a day and night in the lives of six children held at Camp Theresienstadt in the Czech Republic. The camp, also known as Terezin, imprisoned thousands of European Jews, including over 15,000 children, less than 150 of whom survived. While the play takes place during the Holocaust, it teaches audiences about the consequences of hate and discrimination in our everyday lives, the need for greater social responsibility, the power of every individual voice in standing up to hate, and the inherent childhood capacity for hope.

Please Register to collect your ticket from the streaming platform. Select the number of tickets (typically one per household) and click on "Buy Tickets." (No fee will be charged.) You will receive an email confirmation that includes a link to the film, which will be "live" from April 9-14. You can access the link as many times as you choose in that time window, using the email you registered with. Then join us on April 13 for a live discussion!

Many thanks to the Cultural Endowment Fund for sponsoring this powerful film.

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