We’ve lined up some additional pre-show entertainment as well as two post-show talk-backs with Holocaust Educator Sheldon Bleiweiss.  The audience on these dates are encouraged to arrive early and stay after for the special events:

Sunday, February 10th and Saturday, February 16th Post-show
Please join Wake Forest resident, Holocaust Educator, and son of two Holocaust survivors, Sheldon “Shelly” Bleiweiss, for a group discussion after the show.  This program is at no additional charge and appropriate for audience members (both adults and children) to help process the issues raised by the play.  It is an opportunity to learn more about Terezin, the Holocaust, and to help remind us how we can, as global citizens of today, make a difference in preventing hate crimes in our world.

Sheldon Bleiweiss Biography: http://www.holocaustspeakersbureau.org/speaker-biographies.html

Lauren Van Hemert’s RDU on Stage interview with Judy M. Dove, Director, and Sheldon Bleiweiss, Holocaust Educator:
https://rduonstage.com/2019/01/24/director-judy-dove-and-holocaust-educator-sheldon-bleiwess-talk-about-the-significance-of-forest-moon-theatres-production-of-i-never-saw-another-butterfly/?fbclid=IwAR1gk9ugoUfKA2sdjkWwEymCYSsYco8aZj_dBn-jxs40ruP83q_5myjd4JI

Friday, February 8, 7-7:20pm Pre-show
Martin Middle School String Orchestra

Saturday, February 9, 7-7:20pm Pre-show
Jenny Dove, Harpist

Saturday, February 16, 7-7:20pm Pre-show
Wake Forest Children’s Choir