Terezin follows a day and night in the lives of six children held at Camp Theresienstadt in the Czech Republic. The camp, also known as Terezin, imprisoned many thousands of European Jews, including over 15,000 children during the Nazi era. Terezin received the 1984 Children’s Television Drama Award.
While the play takes place during the Holocaust, it teaches its audience about the consequences of discrimination in general, the need for higher social responsibility, and the infallible power of every individual voice.
Written and directed by Anna Smulowitz,