Fall 2015 

by Arlene Hutton
 
November 19, 21, 22

Thursday at 7pm

Saturday at 1pm and 7pm

Sunday at 1pm

 

The play tells the remarkable true story of Sala Garncarz, who spent five years in seven different Nazi labor camps from 1940 to 1945.  Throughout her ordeal she drew strength from the mail she received from friends and family, risking her life to keep the letters hidden and safe.  Over 350 pieces of mail survived the war along with Sala, but she did not share them with any of her loved ones until decades later.

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Accolades

 

Montclair State University Foxy Awards

AWARDS

Outstanding Production of a Drama

Outstanding Leading Actress in a Drama -- Brenna Fitzmaurice as Ann Kirschner

Outstanding Lighting Design -- Erin O'Brien

 

NOMINATIONS
Outstanding Overall Production of a HS Play

The Peter Filichia Award for Pushing the Envelope in Academic Theatre-- Tom & Merielle Lupfer

The Susan Kerner Award for Educational Impact and Community Outreach

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama -- Laura Santo as Sala Kirschner

Outstanding Scenic Design

Caroline, Elizabeth, Bubbe