CMU- Sunday November 13th at 10am
Carnegie Mellon | Black Box Theater in the Cohon University Center
Free and open to the public-RSVP required
CWB is proud to host 10 school performances of Letters To Sala as well as a travelling photo exhibit and time line of Sala’s journey curated by the New York Public Library
Special thanks to The Jack Buncher Foundation, Ruth A. Zittrain and Lester E. Zittrain Family Foundation and the CMU Jewish Student Union
After the performance meet guest speakers: Ann Kirschner, Sala’s daughter and the author of Sala’s Gift, and Arlene Hutton, the playwright of Letters To Sala!
Sunday, November 13 10:00 a.m. Carnegie Mellon University | Black Box Theater in the Cohon University Center
Duquesne University- Monday November 14th at 7pm
In commemoration of Kristallnacht, the McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts and Jewish Studies Forum in partnership with the Nathan and Helen Goldrich Foundation, Classrooms without Borders and Little Lake Theater is delighted to host and present Arlene Hutton’s play Letters to Sala: A Young Woman’s Life in Nazi Labor Camps.
Monday, November 14
Duquesne University’s Genesius Theater
Reception to follow performance, with special guest Sala’s daughter,
Anne Kirschner and playwright, Arlene Hutton..
This event is FREE but registration is required as seating is limited due to the theater size.