Glimpse

Brief synopsis: A teenager, brought into a Foster family, finds a diary in his new bedroom, only to learn that it is the story of the family's grandmother during the Holocaust. Another family, in the forties, is sending their Black son to fight who befriends a Holocaust prisoner, after liberation, who is the same grandmother in later years. Highlights of this play include monologues by this Survivor and her trip to the United states after the war; peer pressure among friends in a drug abuse scene; sex trafficking; eating disorders.
Format: full length drama/TYA
Cast Size:9M, 9W
Running Time: 90 minutes
Character breakdown:

Two set of parents: one black couple
Teens: 7 males(one Hispanic two Black), 6 females
One grandmother (White/Jewish)
Social worker, pyschologist, ticket taker

Snapshot

Original or Prominent Production:
Alper JCC, Robert Russell Theater, Miami, Fl.
Nationality of Author:
Original Language: English
Production Rights Holder:

Ruth Gordon/Holocaust Impact Theater

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