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...
Henry Greenspan is a psychologist and playwright at the University of Michigan who has been interviewing, teaching, and writing about Holocaust survivors since the 1970s.
For additional reading, the opening monologue of the play titled “Voice” is published in Janet E. Rubin’s book, Voices: Plays for Studying the Holocaust (Scarecrow Press, 1999). Rubin’s book is a compilation of eight plays along with related activities and resources for upper elementary, middle and high school students.
Remnants was originally produced for National Public Radio in the U.S. and then became a stage play, initially with a full cast and later as a one-man show performed by the author. The radio production was by WUOM-FM, “Michigan Radio,” and distributed to NPR stations in 1992. The first Equity production was a two-week run at the New Hope Performing Arts Festival in 1995. The first one-man production was a three-week run at the John Houseman Theater in New York in 1997. Portions of Remnants have been performed by Tony nominee and Drama Desk Award winner Tovah Feldshuh as a one-woman show.
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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...
Teresa Eyring Executive Director Theatre Communications Group (TCG) AHO Conference, Miami, FL TCG is a national organization for theatre, based in New York. Our mission is to lead for a just and thriving theatre ecology. And we have numerous programs and services,...