The Workshop Theater presents a new history-inspired drama about the men and women who left everything behind, including their loved ones, to stay one step ahead of the Holocaust. More…
'Through the Darkness' centers around four composite characters based on interviews playwright Breindel conducted with Holocaust survivors. Three managed to avoid the concentration camps and remain free—even if freedom meant being constantly on the run. Chaos was inescapable, freedom was motion, and the only safe haven was anyplace other than where they were.
See it if you are concerned about holocaust deny-ers. Great acting, some humor, and a warmth to it that was unexpected when thinking about the topic.
Don't see it if you only enjoy theater with music and dance; this is definitely thought-provoking and profound.
See it if See it if you are interested in Holocaust survival stories and enjoy a well-written play.
Don't see it if Don't see it if you can't bear to hear of the atrocities of the Holocaust.
See it if appreciate a story told, rather than depicted. The interlaced stories of 4 holocaust survivors is gripping and the acting superb.
Don't see it if you are looking for "drama" in the conventional sense.
See it if You want to see a play that offers a more intimate personal narrative about the Holocaust through the eyes of four survivors.
Don't see it if The subject of the Holocaust upsets you. You're not in the mood for gloomy dramatic stories that have vivid descriptions of suffering.
See it if you like human stories, interwoven monologues, a way to see today's refugee crisis in historical terms, to find relevance in how we survive
Don't see it if dark storytelling is not your thing - you want dialogue, spectacle, entertainment, this is engrossing and moving but you must go in to it.
See it if you want to hear 4 personal account of jews during WWII. A great way to introduce the Holocaust to those who have little knowledge about it.
Don't see it if you have extensive knowledge of the holocaust. I enjoyed the performances, but it was Like 4 story from the Shoah project turned into a play
See it if If you like thoughtful writing and characters that are also real people, come see it. There is an unexplainable feeling of warmth at the end
Don't see it if If you don't like storytelling styles, don't see it. Even then, it is a very unique type of storytelling, so I would recommend to try it.
See it if You want to be moved by personal stories of survival under unbearable conditions, and the resiliency of the human heart.
Don't see it if You are looking for light entertainment.
See it if The show showed how the human spirit through determination guts and luck can overcome the most adverse conditions and odds
Don't see it if You want to be one of the many who lack the desire to understand how people of courage manage to survive the most difficult circumstances
See it if You appreciate history that resonates, a passion for life and the continuation of personal freedom, love, choice and liberty.
Don't see it if Narrow minded and support the current administration
See it if you enjoy captivating stories, resilient characters, great acting, beautiful prose and thought provoking material
Don't see it if you don't enjoy serious subject matter
See it if You want to see a show expertly written and emotionally absorbing. It approaches the topic sensitively and strikes just the right tone.
Don't see it if You don't want to see a play dealing with the holocaust.
See it if you are interested in the stories of survivors of the Holocaust who struck out on their own as needed in order to survive.
Don't see it if you want to be entertained. There is nothing funny about this show or its topic.
See it if You feel it is important to remember that the Holocaust happened and was a horrible miscarriage of justice caused by hatred & predjudice.
Don't see it if Have difficulty hearing stories about the Holocaust and how it destroyed lives and families.
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