I Love You, I Love You Not

Author(s): Wendy Kesselman
A teenager learns to accept and honor her Jewish heritage. Daisy is visiting her grandmother at her home. Daisy is unhappy with herself and and her family life. Her grandmother provides her with emotional stability by providing her with grandmotherly advice and support but, most importantly, by recounting her experiences in Auschwitz where she lost her two sisters.
Format: One-act
Cast Size:2F; high school
Notes:

For supporting material, see Goldfarb, Alvin “Inadequate Memories: The survivor in plays by Mann, Kesselman, Lebow, and Baitz” Staging the Holocaust, ed. Claude Schumacher (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998) pp. 111–129

Snapshot

Original or Prominent Production:
Louisville, 1982
Nationality of Author: U.S.
Original Language: English
Publisher:

Samuel French

Production Rights Holder:

Samuel French

Experience(s) Chronicled: Survivors and Subsequent Generations

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