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If I should not survive, how I die will show me who I really am.” Etty Hillesum’s life ended at Auschwitz when she was only 29 years old.
In the play, Etty, drawn entirely from Hillesum’s diaries and letters of 1941 – 1943, we meet a remarkable young Dutch woman: insightful,determined, poetic, sensual. Through the voice of actress Susan Stein, Hillesum speaks directly to her audience, frankly, and with compassion–even for the enemy. Seeking the meaning of her life–and all life–during the terror of Nazi occupation, Hillesum discovers a reality she calls God and opens herself to the power of being fully alive and present, bearingView more
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Each performance is followed by a talk back with the creator/performer Susan Stein.
25 W Main Street, Carnegie, PA 15106
All parking is free after 6:00 pm. Parking for persons with disabilities is available in public parking lot directly across from the theater, limited on street parking is available.