An Angel from Auschwitz

Author(s): Mark E. Leib
A world in two acts: Act one is about an 18-year-old named Terry who, in 1971, tries to persuade his reticent father to talk about some terrible thing that he witnessed during World War II. Act two takes place a couple of decades later, when Terry, 40, is visited, along with his wife and 16-year-old daughter, by a Holocaust survivor who has come to make far-reaching demands on their lives and their emotions.
Format: Drama
Cast Size:2M

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Original or Prominent Production:
American Stage Theatre Company, Florida, 2011
Nationality of Author: U.S.
Original Language: English
Production Rights Holder:

Mark E. Leib

Experience(s) Chronicled: Survivors and Subsequent Generations

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