Story-telling Rights & Holocaust Theatre
13th February 2012
Samantha Mitschke, a playwright and postgraduate student at Birmingham University, will be talking at the University on the 8th of March. She will be discussing Holocaust theatre, stage adaptations of Anne Frank’s diary (and the rights surrounding its adaptation), and theatrical representations of Nazi persecution of homosexuals (and why there are so few of these plays). Samantha will also be talking about her own experience of researching and writing a Holocaust play.
This free event will be on the 8th of March, at 5:30pm, in FC HC204 – all welcome!