Don’t miss this one-time staged reading of Signs of Life, a musical drama based on the true story of the Czech ghetto Theresienstadt – one of the most fascinating and least-known stories of the Holocaust.
Proudly presented by the Florida Holocaust Museum and American Stage Theatre Company, and with the support of The Jewish Press, this exclusive performance with costumes and props lasts for one night only, Monday, June 9th at 8:00pm.
Signs of Life takes place in the fortress town of Terezin, located only 40 miles outside of Prague, CZ. During WWII, the Germans occupied the town and renamed it Theresienstadt. 144,000 people were sent into the town but only 17,000 survived.
Signs of Life will introduce you to world renowned composers, artists, writers and musicians, and explores the paradox in which their art is forced to become a tool for their own demise.
All proceeds from this one-time-only performance will benefit The Florida Holocaust Museum and American Stage Theatre Company. You support is greatly appreciated.
A big thanks to The Jewish Press for their support of this exclusive event!
What:Signs of Life Staged Reading
When: Monday, June 9th at 8:00pm
Where: American Stage | 163 3rd Street N, St. Pete, FL
Admission: $36 General Seating, $72 Limited Angel Seating | Buy Tickets!