This powerful drama-documentary is the story of teenagers Ariella and Moshe. It uses the actual words of young people who experienced the events leading to the Holocaust – from their diaries, letters and poems. A play for today, it provides powerful testimony to the effects of prejudice and discrimination.
Developed with support from the Imperial War Museum and Val and Ibi Ginsburg, survivors of Auschwitz and Dachau concentration camps.
Marking United Nations Holocaust Memorial Day
Monday 25 January 2016
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