Two

Author(s): Ron Elisha
In Germany in 1948, a rabbi gives Hebrew lessons to a German woman who wants to emigrate to Palestine. The rabbi is a survivor of Auschwitz and the woman, it is revealed was an S.S. member in the camp. The play deals with the moral issues confronting survivors and perpetrators in postwar Germany.
Format: Drama
Cast Size:1M/1F

Snapshot

Original or Prominent Production:
Perth 1983
Nationality of Author: Australian
Original Language: English
Publisher:

Sydney: Currency Press
U.S. and Canada: Dramatic Publishing

Production Rights Holder:

U.S. and Canada: Dramatic Publishing

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