Brothers

Author(s): Esther Carlebach
A play for intermediate school students, Brothers is about family dislocation and reunion due to the Holocaust. Following the Nazis takeover of Poland and intensifying attacks on Jews, a Jewish family is only able to send one of their children to safety in Palestine. The drama focuses on the child's hardships alone in this new land and his eventual reunion with his surviving younger brother.
Format: Youth

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

Board of Jewish Education of Greater New York

Production Rights Holder:

Board of Jewish Education of Greater New York

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