The Dybbuk

Author(s): Julia Pascal
Paying homage to Anski’s great Russian classic, The Dybbuk, traces the final moments of a group of irreligious Jews as they tell their version of the story in the ghetto.
Format: One-act drama
Cast Size:2M/3F

Snapshot

Original or Prominent Production:
25 June, 1992, New End Theatre, Hampstead, UK; 5 November 1995, New End Theatre, as part of The Holocaust Trilogy.
Nationality of Author: English
Original Language: English
Publisher:

In Julia Pascal’s The Holocaust TrilogyOberon Books

Production Rights Holder:

United Agents

Experience(s) Chronicled: Theater During Holocaust | The Ghettos

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