"This memoir describes the experiences of a Holocaust survivor who escaped death by living a childhood of constant vigil and dodging the threat of a Nazi capture. There are accounts of the family's narrow escapes to (and from) the Lodz, Warsaw, and Czestochowa ghettos and how members of the family survived through luck, deception, and will to live"--Provided by publisher.
This play takes place in a typical deaf club that can be found in any American city. Deaf clubs are the principal meeting places and forums of deaf people and, in most cases, are the only places where deaf people can socialize. The play's characters are representative of the people one meets at the average club.