To Forget, to Remember

Author(s): Ilya Chlaki
The play is about a German female student, who can’t live in peace, because her grandfather worked for the nazi-regime that she found out about in her grandmother’s diary. What concernes her most is that the belongings of the Jews, who were victims of the Holocaust, are still in her house.
Format: Full Length, Two Act, Drama
Cast Size:6M, 3F
Character breakdown:

Juliet
Christian, her brother
Suzanna, her neighbour
Torsten, Suzanna’s husband
Benjamin
Sebastian, Benjamin’s friend
Peter
Wilhelm
Monika

Notes:

March 17, 2016. The play “To Forget, to Remember” is the winner of the Theater Playwriting Award “Eurodram 2016” (The Russian committee). www.sildav.org 

3rd Place “Badenweiler“  Playwright Award, Stuttgart, Germany
2016, the winner of the Theater Playwriting Award “Eurodram 2016” (The Russian  committee)

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Nationality of Author: Russian
Original Language: Russian
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