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Teaching the Holocaust Through Theatrical Arts

When: Fri., Nov. 30, 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. 2018

Prime Stage Theater and the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh use the arts to examine hate with Teaching the Holocaust through Theatrical Arts. The four-part training series applies the principles of theater to interpret and understand the Holocaust. The event includes theater exercises and activities based on Flares of Memory, a collection of vignettes written by local survivors. The series concludes with a student matinee of The Soap Myth starring Ed Asner, taking place in May 2019. The first training session takes place at Whitehall Public Library.

Price: $25 regular, $40 with Act 48 Credit

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