Flowers amid barbed wire : a tribute to hope and beauty during the Holocaust through I never saw another butterfly Janet Maissen
Includes bibliographical references (p. 101-111)
In the realm of theatre literature there are a number of plays which deal with the subject of the Holocaust. One of these works is Celeste Raspanti's one-act, I Never Saw Another Butterfly, which presents the story of the Jewish ghetto of Terezin and the people who lived there between the years 1942 and 1944. This thesis is a record of a particular production of this play which was directed by this graduate student. It is intended to provide the reader with a sense of what occurred during the directing process as well as furnish information on Terezin itself. It is hoped that this thesis will serve as a source for both those considering production of this play and those interested in the ghetto of Terezin.
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