Uncle Arthur [הדוד ארתור]

Author(s): Dan Horowitz
A playwright, who cannot get his play about the Holocaust produced, stages it himself in front of four puppets. One of the puppets represents his Uncle Arthur, who has a negative perception of Holocaust Jews because he perceives them as passive victims.
Format: Drama
Cast Size:1M/4 puppets

Snapshot

Original or Prominent Production:
Beit Lessin Theater, 1981
Original Source Material: The Reunion by Gabriel Dagan.
Nationality of Author: Israeli
Original Language: Hebrew
Experience(s) Chronicled: Survivors and Subsequent Generations

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