Adam’s Daughter

This play describes the effects of the Holocaust on the next generation. Adam is a Holocaust survivor and famous scholar who finds it difficult to talk about his experiences in the camps. His daughter, Natalie, struggles to discover her own identity and must cope with the overpowering shadow of her family’s history.
Format: Drama
Cast Size:21M/14F

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Nationality of Author: U.S.
Original Language: English
Publisher:

A Teacher’s Guide to the Holocaust.
Also contained in: Rising from the Ashes, Volume One, Xlibris Corp, 2010.

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