Winner of the 2003 Pinter Review Prize for Drama. The playwright describes his moving Holocaust drama as a theatrical vaudeville. But it is much more. Francis Gillen, UT Dana Professor of English and editor of Pinter Review calls it “a brilliant play that leaves the reader with nothing so much as an appropriate silence, and emptiness, which is yet not without hope.” Richard Schechner of the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University and editor of TDR praises it as “an important play by a very bright new light in the American theatre.”

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