Displaced Wedding [Di khasene in fernvald]

Author(s): H. Leivick
A group of survivors try to move on with their lives in a story featuring a talking clock, the ghosts of dead victims, Elijahu the Prophet, and The Messiah. In this adaptation, the play includes survivors of the Holocaust as well as survivors of more recent genocides.
Format: Full-length drama
Cast Size:5M/6F/1 child

Snapshot

Original or Prominent Production:
West End Theatre, 263 W. 86th Street, NY, NY. December 11, 2010 –January 2, 2011.
Nationality of Author: Belarusian
Original Language: Yiddish
Production Rights Holder:

Ellen Perecman, New Worlds Theatre Project

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