Making Light in Terezin




The Museum of Tolerance invites you to 

Making Light in Terezin

Special Film Screening

Sunday, November 24, 2013 at 7:00pm


In the darkest days of World War II, in the Terezin Ghetto outside of Prague, Jewish prisoners survived by using theater, song, dance and laughter.  MAKING LIGHT IN TEREZIN follows a contemporary Minnesota theater group as they travel to Terezin to perform a cabaret piece first created and performed by Terezin Ghetto prisoners during World War II and not staged since.  Weaving together interviews with the cabaret performers, Holocaust survivors and scholars, this feature film tells a story not only of survival against all odds, but also of the transformative power of artistic expression and the triumph of the human spirit.

Q&A with filmmakers Richard Krevolin and Carole Beams following the screening.

MOT Members  -      $10.00 
General Admission - $13.00

PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS ONLINE or call (310) 772-2504.

Free underground parking.  Please be considerate of our residential neighbors and make every effort to avoid driving through single-family residential neighborhood streets.


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