Sessions offer classes or small groups of students an opportunity to go deeper with playwright Anna Smulowitz. She shares personal history about her family’s experience in the holocaust, explores the art and poetry of the children of Terezin which served as her inspiration for the play, leads a writing exercise to help students reflect, and facilitates discussion about how modern day prejudice, xenophobia and acts of hate can be transformed through awareness and mutual respect. Students are invited to envision a positive cultural evolution in which respect and tolerance replace prejudice and hate.
Participant Limit: 30
Curriculum Connection: Holocaust Education, Theater Arts, Intolerance and Discrimination
Post-performance Workshop: $175 each
Travel Fee: $100 per day
Note: pricing may vary for weekend/out-of-school time
Processing Fee of $30 added to all contracts