Prize Winner

Prize Winner takes place early in the 1980s and depicts the existential crisis of a female director of a prize-winning film about the concentration camps located in Poland. The multiple male characters, who discuss the Eastern European nation's often bitter past with both Germany and Russia with the protagonist, are all played by one actor.
Format: One-act

Snapshot

Nationality of Author: Polish
Original Language: Polish

Browse the Plays

Play Index

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z

HTC Insights

Views, reference and research of interest.

A Personal Welcome to the Holocaust Theater Catalog

A Message from Arnold Mittelman After a career in not-for-profit and commercial theater spanning more than 40 years I was honored in 2007 to found the National Jewish Theater / Foundation and in 2010 to assume leadership of its Holocaust Theater International...

Many Questions and a Few Answers

by Robert Skloot 2022 NJTF HTII Lifetime Achievement Award AHO Winter Conference, Miami, FL I’d like to begin my remarks by asking the question that all of us have been asked often: “Why do you do the work you do?” There are, of course, many answers, but I’d imagine...