The Children of Terezin and Their Teacher
(David Leone, Photographer)

“Gripping and Powerful”, “haunting right from the start”, “a riveting can’t-look-away show”  — Susie Potter, Triangle Arts Review. Read the full review.

“[Celeste] Raspanti’s play steers the conversation in a timely direction by focusing on the question, ‘What about the children?’ How does a catastrophe like this appear through the innocent eyes of children? How do children deal with the loss? How can they possibly survive? How can they ‘move on”’in a world without ‘butterflies’?” — Pamela Vesper and Kurt Benrud, Triangle ReviewRead the full review.

“It is fitting that I Never Saw Another Butterfly is presented at this time in our history…It is vital that this understanding of what the Nazis actually did to people be kept alive; it is imperative that we never forget, and never allow to recur, the events that were a part of the War in Europe under the Nazis.” — Alan R. Hall, CVNC Online Arts Journal. Read the full review.

Amanda Smith as Raja Englanderova, with Those Who Have Died
(David Leone, Photographer)