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Susan Stein's Play on Etty Hillesum at UCL on 21 November 2011, 6.30pm

2 November 2011

Etty Hillesum Play

Etty is a touring one-woman theatrical play based on the diaries and letters of Etty Hillesum, adapted and performed by Susan Stein. Directed by Austin Pendleton. Using only Etty Hillesum’s words, Susan Stein’s adaptation brings us to 1943 when Etty, a young Jewish woman, is about to be deported out of Holland.

As she prepares for the three day journey eastward, she digs deeper into her soul to understand this piece of history and root out any hatred or bitterness, believing that humanity is the best and only solution for survival. Etty’s words, insights and beliefs reach out from the Holocaust and allow us to see the power of hope and individual thought in the most extreme circumstances. In her gentle yet forthright way, Etty asks us not to leave her at Auschwitz but to let her have a bit of say in what she hopes will be a new world.

21 November at 6.30pm, University College London, North Cloisters – Haldane Room

Places are limited, so book your free ticket
on http://www.etty.eventbrite.com.

More information on the play on: www.ettyplay.org

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