The Treasure Box,
by Dr. Martha Smith, (© Martha Smith, 2010)

Holocaust image Treasure Box - English
Holocaust image Treasure Box - French
 
"Hanna's Treaure Box" (La Boite aux Trésors d'Hanna), by Martha Smith (copyright, Martha Smith, 2010), French adaptation by Ardoine Clauzel, premiered in France in August, 2010. The play is the story of a Sephardic Jewish family living in the north of Norway during the German occupation of World War II. The story is told by Hanna, first as a little girl and then as a grown woman. The drama traces the history of anti-Semitism in Europe from the time of the Spanish Inquisition to the present.
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COMFORT YE MY PEOPLE
– Dr. Martha J. Smith

Comfort Ye My People
 
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Photos - Hanna's Treasure Box

Fidelio: A Holocaust Memorial Production


INTERNATIONAL VOICE OF JUSTICE, together with the Beethoven Academy Orchestra and Beethoven Association of Krakow, Poland and the Oslo Music Academy of Norway presented Beethoven’s Opera, Fidelio: A Holocaust Memorial Opera in Poland.

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Performances were given in November and December of 2010 in five cities: Wroclaw, Lublin, Warsaw, Lodz and Krakow. Each performance was followed by long, standing ovations. The production received critical acclaim, both in Poland and in Opera Magazine, UK, the leading publication in the opera world. (Click here to read review, reprinted by permission of John Allison, chief editor, from Opera UK, Feb. 2011).