New York Public Library for the Performing Arts -Bruno Walter Auditorium
Commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day this year with an event that highlights the creative process behind current New York's Holocaust-related theater. In partnership with the National Jewish Theater Foundation's Holocaust Theater International Initiative, we are joined by producer, director, educator and NJTF President, Arnold Mittelman. He will interview the creators of current shows such as Harmony, Our Class, and Here There Are Blueberries. This program illuminates how artists use a variety of source material to create unique works that impact audiences and combat hate and antisemitism.
Mittelman speaks with bookwriter and lyricist Bruce Sussman and director Warren Carlyle who worked on Harmony, Igor Golyak, director of Our Class, and director Moises Kaufman and Amanda Gronich, the co-authors of Here There Are Blueberries.
The discussion will also include video from a past interview that features Lynne Meadow, Artistic Director of Manhattan Theatre Club, currently presenting Prayer for the French Republic.
West 64th and 65th Street
New York, NY 10023
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