Pavane for a Pile of Junk

Author(s): Wim van Leer
Pavane for a Pile of Junk, a two-act play with music that uses the central symbol of the pavane, a slow stately dance, takes place over the first two days after the Nazis invade Poland and begin World War II. Set in a middle class neighborhood of Frankfurt, the play presents the impact of the start of the war on the occupants of a large loft.
Format: Drama

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Nationality of Author: Dutch
Original Language: English
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Typescript can be found in the archives at Yad Vashem.

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