I Never Saw Another Butterfly is a collection of works of art and poetry by Jewish children who lived in the concentration camp Theresienstadt. They were created at the camp in secret art classes taught by Austrian artist and educator Friedl Dicker-Brandeis. The book takes its title from a poem by Pavel Friedmann, a young man born in 1921 who was incarcerated at Theresienstadt and was later killed at Auschwitz. The works were compiled after World War II by Czech art historian Hana Volavková, the only curator of the Jewish Museum in Prague to survive the Holocaust. Where known, the fate oeach young author is listed. Most died prior to the camp being liberated.
Jan 24, 25, 30, 31 & Feb 1 at 7:30pm. Sunday January 26th at 2pm
The Black Box Theatre is excited to announce their upcoming 2020 season!! We couldn't do it without your support and would like to say thank you to all our actors, donors, volunteers and patrons for supporting our small but feisty venue! THANK YOU! We hope you are as excited as we are as we enter our 4th season in Downtown Moline!! Can you believe it 4th year!! =o)
*More information on dates, times and opportunities with these shows coming soon!
On Highway 57, somewhere between Frog Level and Smyrna, stands a gas station. Across the blacktop is a roadside eatery called the Double Cupp Diner. The four guys at the station, Jim, Jackson, Eddie and L.M., have been known to do some auto repairs, but only when aided by quantities of time and beer. The Cupp sisters, Prudie and Rhetta, celebrate their home cooking with the same zeal they bring to being neighbourly with the boys. This is their musical tribute to life by the roadside!
NOMINEE! 1982 Tony Award for Best Musical
NOMINEE! 1982 Drama Desk Awards for Outstanding Musical, Outstanding Lyrics and Outstanding Music.
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