The Story of a Survivor’s Son and a Liberator’s Daughter
Monday, March 25 • 1 p.m.
in the Festival Theatre at Alabama Shakespeare Festival
Corresponding Angles: The Story or a Survivor’s Son and a Liberator’s Daughter
a presentation by Dr. Reuben Sloan and Gail Cohn
is made possible by the Jewish Federation of Central Alabama
Free and Open to the Public: Reservations Required
Tickets are available online or through the ASF Box Office at 334-271-5353
Tickets may be available at the box office on the day of the event
The Jewish Federation of Central Alabama proudly announces a one-time only presentation of “Corresponding Angles: The Story of a Survivor’s Son and a Liberator’s Daughter” on the Festival Stage at Alabama Shakespeare Festival on March 25, 2024 at 1pm.
This unique presentation promises to captivate audiences with a blend of history and education wrapped inside an unbelievably touching story. “Corresponding Angles”, presented by Dr. Reuben Sloan and Gail Cohn, is an intellectually and emotionally engaging exploration of the world of the Holocaust and the miraculous modern-day connection that brought two families together in ways they never could have imagined.
This moving story has engaged audiences at the National Infantry Museum, the William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum in Atlanta, among many other venues and takes on an even greater importance today during this time in which antisemitism and lack of knowledge about the Holocaust is on the rise.
Join us for an unforgettable evening that celebrates life in a fascinating and unique way. “Corresponding Angles” is not a show; it’s an experience that will leave audiences with a newfound appreciation for life and how, even through devastating circumstances, light can come out of darkness. Families are encouraged to attend with children 12 and older. A champagne reception will follow the presentation.
This event is at Alabama Shakespeare Festival — 1 Festival Drive, Montgomery, AL 36117
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