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Author(s): Józef Szajna
A performance piece that uses striking non-realistic images, including actors emerging at the opening from a mound of dirt, related to the director's experiences as a political prisoner in Auschwitz and Buchenwald.
Format: Performance piece

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Original or Prominent Production:
Teatr Studio, Warsaw, 1971
Nationality of Author: Polish
Original Language: Polish
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In Plays of the Holocaust: An International Anthology by Elinor Fuchs,  editor, Theatre Communications Group, 1993

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