Szyjek fun Bendzin: a grandson’s reflections on life before, during, and after the nazi era
Russell Kaback (South Portland, ME)
A grandson’s musical reflections on life before, during, and after the Nazi era. This show is a staged reading of the first act of a piece of musical theater inspired by the life story of the artist’s grandfather, a Polish Jew who spent four years in the Nazi concentration camps. There will be a talkback after the performance in which the audience is invited to discuss the work.
Russell Kaback is a songwriter, performer, and educator who lives in South Portland, Maine. He has been bringing this performance to classrooms in Maine as part of his mission to teach the history and engage the next generation.
At MECHANICS HALL – THE LYCEUM CLASSROOM
SAT 6/16 @ 4:30pm
SUN 6/17 @ 9:45pm
THU 6/21 @ 9:45pm
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