On June 25th The Jewish Graduate Network Presents….
The Roses in June – a new play exploring Antisemitism and bullying across generations written by Timothy M. Kolman. Optional interactive discussion included after the play.
$7.00 per ticket for students and young professionals
(tickets for the public are $47+)
Advance tickets required.
**Subsidy brought to you by the Jewish Graduate Student Network
Tickets with exclusive discount can be reserved here:
Ingrid and George Rose have successfully rebuilt their lives in Britain after fleeing Nazi Germany but, when their 15-year-old son Paul is a victim of bullying and anti-Semitism at school, the trauma of their own persecution reemerges with almost deadly consequences. The Roses in June, set in swinging London on the eve of Israel’s 1967 Six-Day War, explores the struggle of love, fear, regret and forgiveness on the eve of a possible second Holocaust and against the burdens of prejudice, traumatic memory and the complex attitude of the English towards the Jews as the school attempts, at all costs, to avoid any scandal.
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