|Resources for Children of Holocaust Survivors|
"Find Me A Voice" explores the spiritual consequences of the Holocaust through the use of poetry, music, monologues and dramatic scenes. First performed by the New Jersey Repertory Company.
"Camp Holocaust" is a comedy about two contemporary Jews who build a mock concentration camp in Poland to deal with their issues as children of survivors. Written in 1997, a workshop production was presented at La Tea Theater in NY in December of the same year.
"Static Line" is a comedy about three sons of Holocaust survivors in their 40s who come to dramatic turning points in their lives. Best Long Island Play of 2001, performed in November 2001 in Huntington Town Hall, Huntington, NY.
"Better Don't Talk!" - the true story of discovering the untold stories of my cabaret star mother, actress Chayela Rosenthal, wunderkind of the Vilna Ghetto, ran to sold out houses off Broadway in July, followed by special keynote presentation in September at the 2004 International Child Survivor Conference in Denver.
"The Child Behind the Eyes," produced on stage in Israel (1986), Rome (1990), New York (1991), Los Angeles (1996) and Prague (1997). As a radio-drama, it was produced by the BBC London, Radio France, Radio Belgium, Radio Spain, Radio Ireland, six radio stations in Germany, Radio Austria, and Radio Rumania. "Hunger" (radio-drama) produced by the German Radio WDR in 1988