And a Child Shall Lead

Author(s): Michael Slade
A true story of children living in the Terezín ghetto who, despite the horrors of Nazi rule, use their creativity to write poems, make art, and produce an underground newspaper. Their actual poems and stories are interwoven through the play.
Format: Drama
Cast Size:4F/4M (8–30 actors possible: 4–15F/4–15M)
Running Time: 90–100 minutes

Snapshot

Original or Prominent Production:
October, 2006, B.E.A.T., Tower Theatre, Bend, Oregon.
Original Source Material: Actual writings of the children of Terezín, which were found after the war.
Nationality of Author: U.S.
Original Language: English
Publisher:

Playscripts Inc.

Production Rights Holder:

Playscripts Inc.

Experience(s) Chronicled: The Ghettos

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