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Monument to Dr. Janusz Korczak in Warsaw

April 15 | The Holocaust Remembrance Day Project: Dr. Korczak and the Children

Wednesday, April 15 | 7 p.m.
J. Russell and Bonita Nelson Fine Arts Center, studio 133
51 East 10th Street, Tempe

free admission | please reserve my seat | download event flyer

The Holocaust Remembrance Day Project is a performance event created around the play, Dr. Korczak and the Children, which examines heroism and memory in the Holocaust through the life of Dr. Janusz Korczak. This performance event, staged on Yom Ha’Shoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), includes a talk by Dr. Erika Hughes; a staged reading of Dr. Korczak and the Children; and a post-show discussion/workshop aout memory and heroism.

this event is supported by:

Joan Frazer Memorial Award in Judaism & the Arts at Arizona State University, a designated scholarship of the Jewish Studies Program; the Jewish Studies Program, an academic unit of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; and School of Film, Dance and Theatre, an academic unit of the Hebrerger Institute for Design and the Arts