The Theresienstadt camp-ghetto was the primary production site of Nazi propaganda, fueled by the labor of Jewish film and theater-makers. Thirty years after its liberation, neurotic geometry professor Isadore Altshuler recounts his experience of imprisonment, during which he filled in for an old friend in an unlikely production of "The Merchant of Venice." It is a play about love, about loss, and about the importance of laughter when there is nothing to laugh about.
Tuesday, March 15, 2022
Guests may log in to watch this production from 9PM(EST) Sunday, March 13 to 11PM(EST) Tuesday, March 15th. Guests have 48 hours prior to the live interview with the playwright and two hours after to enjoy the debut of their original production On-Demand.
Our playwright will be logging on to meet you at 9PM EST on Tuesday, March 15. Get your questions ready for a behind-the-scenes, in-depth conversation about the play you've watched, its author, and the process of bringing an idea from page to stage. Ask. Listen. Learn.
We look forward to seeing you directly after the live productions and online on Zoom at 9 PM EST Your Zoom Link to meet the Playwright:
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