By Shelley A. Sackett
The Huntington Theater’s production is delightfully entertaining. The script is poignant and amusing, and the actors project well and remember to pause long enough after their frequent funny lines to allow the audience its belly laughs. The cast is literally star-studded and it shows.
By Tana Goldberg
Two survivors of the Terezin concentration camp, Michael Gruenbaum of Brookline and Ela Stein Weissberger of Tappan, N.Y., now in their 80s, will perform the music of Terezin in a concert in Boston’s Symphony Hall in October 19.
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