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Stella Dreams of Trains

Stella Dreams of Trains

Stella Dreams of Trains tells the true story of Stella Goldschlag, a young Jewish woman who lived in Nazi Germany - she was 22 in 1943 when the SS caught her with false papers. After much interrogation and torture, Stella agreed to work with the Gestapo as a "catcher", betraying other Berlin Jews hiding in the city with forged papers, in exchange for the supposed safety of herself and her parents. It is estimated that she is responsible for up to 3,000 Jewish deaths. Written by playwright Joanna Rosenberg. Directed by Siouxsie Easter, Associate Professor of Theatre at Wells College. Stella Dreams of Trains was one of three winners of the 2015 Gloria Ann Barnell Peter Playwright Competition and is presented at Morgan Opera House.
Tickets: Adults $12, Seniors (62+) and Students (with ID) $10

Time and Place
April 16, 2016, 8:00 pm
Morgan Opera House, 370 Main Street, Aurora, NY