Holocaust Pla

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Children are to be deported
This scene dramatizes the policies against Jews during the German occupation of France, as promulgated by the Vichy regime and by the German occupying forces.

From the play Children of Drancy by © Inez Hedges
Adapted for the stage and directed by Nancy Kindelan
at Northeastern University in October 2007
Directed by Ronald J. Starr
Camera: Phil Bidlack, Gabriela Maestre, Garret Roosa, Elizabeth Stenger
Edited by Garret Roosa
Actors (in order of speaking): Ahmad Maksoud, Paul Dranginis, Kate Rakowski
Text adapted from Serge Klarsfeld, La Shoah en France, 4 vols. (Paris: Fayard, 2001); and Georges Wellers, De Drancy à Auschwitz (Paris: Editions du Centre de Documentation Juive Contemporaine, 1946).



What is a Jew?
This scene is a dialogue between Jews interned in the camp as they discuss the problem of Jewish identity and anti-Semitic persecution.

From the play Children of Drancy by © Inez Hedges
Adapted for the stage and directed by Nancy Kindelan
at Northeastern University in October 2007
Directed by Ronald J. Starr
Camera: Phil Bidlack, Gabriela Maestre, Garret Roosa, Elizabeth Stenger
Edited by Garret Roosa
Actors (in order of speaking): Paul Dranginis, Matthew Zahnzinger, and Steven Brachmann
Text adapted from Noël (Nissim) Kalef, Drancy 1941. Camp de représailles. Drancy la Faim (Paris: Fils et Filles des Déportés des Juifs de France, 1991).

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