Remember the Children

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Natalie Weintraub

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Terezin was a concentration
camp in Czechoslovakia,
where 97,297 people died;
15,000 were children. Only
about 132 children survived
the camp.
On Saturday, April 10 at 7:30
p.m., Bucks County
Community College will host
the production “Remember the
Children,” which is dedicated
to the children who lost their
lives in the Holocaust. The
story of the youth who perished
will be told through
dance and live music.
The performance is based on
“I Never Saw Another
Butterfly,” a book comprised
of several works of art and
poetry. Each piece of work was
created by a child who lost his
or her life at Terezin,
Theresienstadt, or one of the
other Nazi concentration
camps during World War II.
The college’s Office of
Cultural Programming is hosting
the production, which is is
funded in part by the Bucks
Cultural Affairs Committee.
The performance will be held
in the Gateway Auditorium on
the Newtown campus.

Tickets are available for $10.00 online, at funded in part by the BCCC Cultural Affairs Committee.
the college’s bookstore, or at the Student
Life Information Center on campus.

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