Wed 10 July 2013 7:30pm
What if Works & Solent Southampton University present
If history retreats into obscurity as the world rushes forward at breakneck speed what are we left with to help avoid making some of the same mistakes? This is the question posed by a searing new docudrama from Miami’s What if Works and Solent Southampton University; “Holocaust: a Living Journey-Book”.
Returning to Tara Theatre following their debut in 2010 with “The Right to Remain…Tupac Shakur” this US-UK company brings together ritual and multi-media in a spellbinding mosaic of original monologues and scenes complemented by the “Five Choruses” of Noble Peace Prize poet Nelly Sachs.
Accompanied by archival film, music and inspirational testimonies featuring five holocaust survivors, “Holocaust: a Living Journey-Book” offers nine young actors whose energy and commitment raise the question; “Will they remember?” How important is it for mankind to remember its history? What is the value of collective and personal memory?
You be the judge when you attend this provocative and stirring work brought together by the voices of US and UK actors unified across one vast ocean.
All tickets sold for this production will benefit the Tara Theatre building development campaign.
TICKETS ARE £10.00
BOOK ONLINE: http://tara-arts.com/whats-on/holocaust-a-living-journey-book