Mother, Mother Can You Hear?

The play is based on the testimony of the late Nehamka Rahav from her book To Live in Two Worlds. Nehamka, who was a young girl in the Vilna Ghetto, was thrown into the arms of German soldiers by her mother and by this action saved. Throughout the play, the hero of this story tries to find the answer and meaning behind her mother’s actions.
Format: Drama

Snapshot

Original or Prominent Production:
Yad Layeled Children's Memorial Museum, Western Galilee, Israel. The play was performed between 2003 and 2006.
Original Source Material: Based on the testimony of the late Nehamka Rahav from her book To Live in Two Worlds.
Nationality of Author: Israeli
Original Language:
Production Rights Holder:

Yad Layeled Children’s Memorial Museum, The Ghetto Fighters’ House – Itzhak Katzenelson Holocaust and Jewish Resistance Heritage Museum, Israel.

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