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This volume collects for the first time critical essays, memoirs, and primary source materials relating to the surprising history of Jewish drama, cabaret, music, and opera under the Third Reich. These documents offer the remarkable account of a phenomenon that existed across Nazi Europe, in German cities, in Eastern European ghettos, and in concentration camps.
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Rebecca Rovit is a theater historian who has written widely on performance and the Holocaust. Alvin Goldfarb is the president and a professor of theater at Western Illinois University.Review:
"A moving and stimulating book." -- Freddie Rokem, Theatre Journal "Compelling and even poignant accounts of ghetto performances." -- Ulrich Baer, German Studies Review "The editors present a vivid picture of courage and resilience, dedicated to the memory of those artists who performed during the Holocaust years." -- Choice
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