Terezin: Children of the Holocaust (1 star)

Fictionalised account of a concert fails to convey emotional weight

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This article is from 2011.

Terezin: Children of the Holocaust

Writer Anna Smulowitz, who lost relatives in the Holocaust, presents a fictionalised account of a concert performed at the Czech concentration camp Terezin. Using a revolving cast of youngsters to portray the daily suffering of camp internees the piece struggles and ultimately fails to convey the emotional weight of an unspeakable atrocity.

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This article is from 2011.

Terezin: Children of the Holocaust

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' Terezin, Children of the Holocaust is one of the most powerful tools I have seen to eradicate hate.' – Derek Shulman, NE regional director of the Anti Defamation League. This award winning drama takes place in a disguised concentration camp known as Theresienstadt or Terezin, in Czechoslovakia. The year is 1943. The…

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