By Israel Horovitz
May 5- May 29, 2011

Written by Israel Horovitz, one of America’s most celebrated contemporary and produced playwrights, is based on the fanciful and explosive premise that a German Chancellor might, as an act of redemption, invite six million Jews to relocate to Germany with promises of citizenship and employment. This dramatic, daring and darkly comic piece of theatre takes you from Boston to Bremerhaven, from Israel to Australia to Berlim. It explores the possibility of making restitution for the Holocaust. Theatrical and inventive in its storytelling, with three actors playing over 40 sharply drawn characters, this story of love, economics, revenge and forgiveness is guaranteed to get you talking.

Directed By: Saul Elkin
Starring:  Tim Newell, Nathan Winklestein, & Megan Callahan

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