It's hard to know what there is left to say about the Holocaust. Or how one begins to evoke its horror on stage. The concentration camps have become iconic as the subject of countless memoirs, histories, artworks, films and television movies; they're used to justify or condemn all kinds of political, ethical or philosophical positions. Many of those who endured the camps will not speak of them; others can speak of almost nothing else. And the generation that can bear firsthand witness to the genocide is aging and dying. The OpenStage Theatre production of... More >>>