Warsaw [ורשה]

Author(s): Sholem Asch
In 1941, Zichri Mirkin, a lawyer, comes to the house of the Jewish teacher Horowitz. He wants to find a way to save the Polish Jews. But in the Horowitz household everyone has an opinion and a way for salvation. One household member thinks the Jews will be saved by embracing socialism. Horowitz's youngest son follows the Social Democrat Party. And Zalman Kenigstein, a friend of Horowitz, sees moving to the ancient homeland of Israel as the only way for salvation.
Format: Drama
Cast Size:10M/5F

Snapshot

Original or Prominent Production:
Habimah Theater, 1945
Nationality of Author: Israeli
Original Language: Yiddish
Experience(s) Chronicled: European Jewry Before the Holocaust

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