This one-woman play with music tells the true story of Hannah Senesh, the heroic young Jewish woman who escaped from Axis-allied Hungary in 1939 to the safety of British Mandate Palestine. More…
There she joined Haganah and then bravely volunteered for a daring Special Operations mission to parachute back into Europe to save Jews from the Holocaust. Hannah’s story and indomitable spirit, along with the moving diary and poetry that she left behind, serve as an enduring inspiration to people everywhere standing up to the powers of hatred and oppression.
See it if Schechter's noble bio-drama is heartfelt & Rabadi works hard at making Hannah three-dimensional but still feels like a "Profile in Courage"
Don't see it if Good intentions never make good drama Far too much time spend on Hannah's youth/kibbutz life; drama ignites w/her freedom fighting exploits
See it if you like historical, one-person shows, this one very well performed on a simple stage with a few props and some nice singing.
Don't see it if you do not like or are triggered by WWII treatment of Jews. There is also one, brief, violent stunning entrance of a second actor.
See it if watching a child mature into a person whose serious beliefs spur her to action intrigues you. Well plotted and beautifully realized.
Don't see it if you're unwilling to have your heart broken.
See it if language sometimes poetic; lead has nice voice singing songs using HS’s poetry as lyrics
Don't see it if story is simple hagiography w/o nuance; HS played in only 1 note from child 2 young woman; reminds me of overwrought college production
See it if you wish to see a superbly acted one woman show about a real life courageous person. Very moving and a story that deserves to be told.
Don't see it if you do not like stories about the holocaust or one person shows of any kind. This is not a musical but a play with some songs sung by lead.
See it if You want to hear the diary excerpts of a naive not very interesting teen. The actress only leaves the stage to pick up props.
Don't see it if You want to know anything about the project for which she was recruited. The rise of zionism and creation of what would be the Jewish State
See it if you want to learn more about an amazing inspiring woman. British paratrooper, brave Zionist who died attempting to rescue Holocaust victims
Don't see it if you find facts about the Holocaust too difficult to experience or you don't like one woman shows.
See it if you like a solo actor story about a true heroine, the holocaust with excellent acting.
Don't see it if you dislike one character plays that are very serious, sad, slow at times & deliver a bit less emotion than a holocaust story should.
See it if you crave powerful drama, based on a true story, featuring a women hero, especially a Jewish one, including themes of WWII and Zionism.
Don't see it if you do not like one actor (playing multiple roles adeptly), 90 min. plays without interval, or depressing themes reminiscent threats today.
See it if you're interested in the depiction of one woman's growth from a young schoolgirl in Hungary to kibbutz life in Palestine to WWII heroics.
Don't see it if you're not a fan of one-person shows. Although Lexi Rabadi deserves credit for her dual characterizations--and her quick wardrobe changes.
See it if True story-A middle class, Jewish, Hungarian, girl emigrates to Israel, becomes a farmer, then a paratrooper to free British pilots in WWII.
Don't see it if Israeli history is unbelievable but true. Senesh is an Israeli heroine. Show is engaging, preferable to reading a text book. See it!
See it if you'd like a one woman play about this little known young Hungarian/ Zionist female martyr (just one of MANY such historic tales from WWII)
Don't see it if there is a bio to read about Hannah Senesh (& the many others who risked their lives) that is bound to be more gripping than this play
See it if you enjoy well performed one woman shows. You have an interest in WWII history, particularly Jewish history
Don't see it if you want a flshy production or find stories dealing with the Holocaust too upsetting.
See it if You are interested in personal World War 2 stories. Compelling and well acted.
Don't see it if You don't like monologues. The story unfolds day by day as told by Hannah and her mother.
See it if you are interested in a lengthy exploration of the childhood of a woman who grows up and becomes a martyr
Don't see it if you want to learn more about Ms. Senesh's interesting adult life as portrayed in film
See it if you love Hannah Senesh. Like one-woman shows, a good voice & Zionism. Want to see museum's Auschwitz exhibit.
Don't see it if you have no interest in WWII or iconic young Jewish figure. Would dislike a show that drags in places.
See it if You are into historic drama and one women shows. Fantastic acting. It really makes you think!
Don't see it if You are not into one women shows, history or are in the mood for being uplifted. This is serious drama.
See it if It's a Holocaust play where the Shoah is a definite presence and motivator, but not the only thing.
Don't see it if I've spent a few days trying to decide if Hannah's a hero or a misguided idealist. I'm still not sure, but you should find out for yourself.
See it if you want to learn about the Nazi era period as seen through a remarkable women's eyes.
Don't see it if one person shows are not your thing.
See it if you want to know the story of a courageous woman who gave her life to try to save others.
Don't see it if you want a more traditional play with multiple characters.
See it if Ok with one woman shows . Looking for new performers who exhibit fantastic talent. Understand the importance of Holocaust remembrance.
Don't see it if Not interested in Holocaust remembrance. Only enjoys fluff
See it if You are interested in historical plays that are well written and worth the educational journey. Well acted and simply but effectively staged
Don't see it if You are too emotionally affected by cruel events that took place during WW2. Have no interest in biographical plays