Love Looks for an Apartment

Author(s): Jerzy Jurandot
A musical “love-swapping” comedy in which two couples are forced to share an apartment. Jerzy Jurandot was a poet, dramatist, satirist and songwriter, and one of the leaders of pre-war cabaret life in Warsaw. In 1940, he and his wife, actress Stefania Grodzienska, were interned in the Warsaw Ghetto. During their internment, Jurandot continued working. He organized performances to large audiences in need of distraction from the reality of their situation.
Format: Musical comedy

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Performed at the Femina theater in the Warsaw Ghetto on January 16, 1942.
Nationality of Author: Polish
Original Language: Polish
Experience(s) Chronicled: The Ghettos | Theater During Holocaust

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