Two sisters are suddenly reunited after a 20-year separation. The distance between them has been more than simply geographic, as one survived a Nazi concentration camp while the other enjoyed safety in America. Over the course of one cathartic evening, they reach an intimacy much stronger than the walls of their 1946 New York City apartment. VUT presents this reflection on family and the horrors of the Holocaust which inspired the Emmy Award-winning 1992 film, Miss Rose White. Written by Barbara Lebow and directed by Santiago Sosa, Guest Faculty Director.
Free for Vanderbilt undergraduate students. Otherwise: $5 for minors, $10 for adults, and $7 for seniors. Tickets can be purchased at the Sarratt Student Center's Box Office.