In Warsaw, night of the living dead ghetto Jews
A play in the Polish capital mixes things that normally do not mix: horror and laughter, the Holocaust and jokes.
WARSAW — A joint production of Israel’s Cameri and Habima theaters tells the story of 10 Polish and Jewish children who together experience, live and die for nearly a century of Polish history, including the German and Russian invasions during World War II, the destruction of Polish Jewry by the Germans, and the Poles’ active participation. Not all of them, of course — but not so few either...
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