Includes the plays Theresa, A Dead Woman on Holiday and The Dybbuk Presented as a trilogy at the New End Theatre in 1995 before touring much of Europe, The Dybbuk pays homage to Anskias great Russian classic. Set in a ghetto in Eastern Europe in 1942, it traces the final moments of five irreligious Jews. A Dead Woman on Holiday is a love story set during the Nuremberg trials. Theresa is based on secret research into the Channel Island occupation by the Nazis and the collaboration of the residents with the Holocaust. The play is still banned there.I was keen to use nursery rhyme and childrena#39;s points ofview as a way ofshowing the destruction of innocence. FrAcrejacques is a leitmotif for the occupation of sleepwalking France. Theresa became a performance piece which needed bia andanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Holocaust Trilogy: The Dybbuk, Dead Woman on Holiday, Theresa|
|Publisher||:||Oberon Books - 2000-09-03|