The Terezín Promise

Author(s): Celeste Raspanti
When the Terezín concentration camp is liberated, a group of children risk their lives to save the drawings and poems made by the children of the camp during their time as prisoners. A young girl, Raja Englanderova made a promise to her teacher Irena that she would not leave without the pieces of art. They have to save the work before the Nazis destroy all evidence of their lives.
Format: Drama
Cast Size:4M/4F
Running Time: Approximately 40 minutes

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Original or Prominent Production:
Prime Stage Theatre, Pittsburgh, March 2005.
Nationality of Author: U.S.
Original Language: English
Production Rights Holder:

Dramatic Publishing

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