DISCOVERY THEATER: Time Capsule in a Milkcan
A Holocaust Remembrance
Thursday, April 12, 2018 - 11:30 a.m.
$5 Child Member
$3 Child under 2
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This program is recommended for children ages 10 and up.
In 1939, when the world began to close in around the Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto, Emanuel Ringelblum began a secret archive. As the horror mounted over the next five years, he and a valiant group of citizens risked their lives to chronicle it all. The writings they collected, along with diaries, ration cards, artworks, and artifacts from residents of the ghetto were buried in three milk cans and a few metal boxes. In a multimedia production enhanced by archival elements, Marc Spiegel portrays Ringelblum as we share in the precious and powerful legacy held in one of the cans: the stories of vanished lives eloquently told in the words of the people who lived them.
-EVERYONE must have a ticket to enter; including children under the age of 2 (select ‘Child Under 2’ from above price types).
-Seating is at the discretion of House Management based on theater size and the number of people attending the show. You may be asked to sit in a designated section/area of the theater or auditorium.
-If you do not arrive by your show time, your seats may be released to people on the wait list.
-For groups of 10 children or more (ages 2-16) please call Discovery Theater at 202-633-8700 for a group discount.
LECTURE HALL, Room 3027
S. Dillon Ripley Center
1100 Jefferson Dr SW