In 1940, Hillel Kook, a.k.a. Peter Bergson, arrives in the US fresh from the underground resistance in Palestine. He seeks aid for the rescue of European Jews from the Nazis. Bergson is shocked to find himself blocked by both the Roosevelt administration and the Jewish establishment. Veteran NY Times reporter Bernard Weinraub writes a blistering account of the fight to save millions, and the conspiracy of silence and inaction that continues to haunt us to this day.
ABOUT THE SHOW
March 20 - May 5, 2007
by Bernard Weinraub directed by Ian Morgan
CAST & CREATIVE
Catherine CurtinLaura Houghteling/ TheresaJon DeVriesFDR/ Ben HechtRobert HoganBreckenridge LongZoe Lister-JonesBettyDavid MarguliesRabbi Stephen WiseAndrew PolkSamuel Merlin/ John Pehle/ Emanuel CellerDaniel SauliPeter BergsonMark ZeislerImmigration Officer/Samuel RosenmanMark ZimmermanHenry Morgenthau, Jr.Bernard WeinraubPlaywrightIan MorganDirectorBeowulf BorittScenic DesignTheresa SquireCostume DesignJeff CroiterLighting DesignMatt SherwinSound Design