"Now the giraffe! ... Hooray for the giraffe!" from Tony Kushner's "But, the Giraffe"
"I am Pepicek, very small/And I am Aninku, his sister, even smaller" the two children in search of milk for their mother.
Exorcising his demons through imaginative play became a lifelong pastime for Maurice Sendak. A retrospective of his work is currently on view in Bloomington.
In Bulgaria, 50,000 Jews were spared the fate of genocide when everyday heroes rebelled against the government's decision to deport their Jewish neighbors.
The Jewish Theatre of Bloomington celebrates its tenth anniversary with a play observing the centennial of a hero of the holocaust.
There is a tension between the older Karski looking back as the younger Karski looks forward.
A chance to explore the nature of this music, to see what it means to experience it today as we reflect on what it might have meant in the camp.
Karski came to realize that the plight of the Jews was special. The Germans wanted only to rule the Poles. They wanted to exterminate the Jews.
In their effort to make Anne Frank's account as real as possible, the cast prepared in ways that go far beyond those of a typical high school production.
A cautionary tale from the 1960s about the 1930s still with traction in the 20-teens.