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Our 2001-2002 Season: Mainstage

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Written by Diane Samuels

Barely a month after Kristallnacht The Night of Broken Glass, when the Nazi persecution of the Jews started in earnest the Kindertransports began. During the next nine months, 10,000 Jewish children between the ages of five and seventeen were evacuated from their native Germany and came to settle in England. They left behind their homes, family, posses-sions, language, culture and identity. They survived, but at a cost. Kindertransport follows 9 year-old Eva as she leaves Germany for England, disavows her heritage and grows into the 50 year-old Evelyn. It is a play about separation, dislocation, rejection and remembrance, a beautifully written piece, poignant without being morbid and ultimately cathartic.

Opening Night: Friday, January 11, 2002 - Closing Night: Saturday, January 26, 2002


EvaVirginia Bosch
LilBridget Burke Weiss
Ratcatcher, et alJeffrey DeChacon
HelgaLaura Kennedy
FaithElizabeth Sheber
EvelynRobin Totillo

Production Staff

DirectorLauren Moran Mills
ProducerWalter Nieman
Claire Siegmund
Stage ManagerBrianne Fullhardt
Assistant Stage ManagerShannon Zelitch
Set DesignTodd Mills
Set ConstructionTodd Mills
Set Construction-CrewRoger Clark
Bill Purdy
Steve Zevas
Set DecorJonathan Wentz
Painting CrewBill Purdy
Claire Siegmund
Janine Wentz
Lighting DesignTodd Mills
Lighting Board OperationTodd Mills
Sound DesignLarry Wilbur
Sound OperationMatt Heffernan
PropsBobbie Besiack
Claire Siegmund
Janine Wentz
CostumesJanet Lazar
Costumes-CrewShelly Naranjo
Kathy Sommers
Make-Up / HairJanet Lazar
PhotographyJoe Gigli
Erin Mills
Program CoverW Design, LLC
FlyersBridget Burke Weiss
Program EditorMatt Heffernan
PublicityTom Schopper