The Foundation for Holocaust Education Projects
A Foundation of the Poland Jewish Cemeteries Restoration Project and Temple Emanu-El

cordially invite you and your family to attend
the Florida premiere of the original play

“Who Returned my Soul”
by Kelly D. Brock

Sunday, December 13, 2009, 2:00 p.m.
(Third Night of Chanukah)

Temple Emanu-El
1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Second floor Ballroom

For information call:
The Foundation for Holocaust Education Projects:

305-496-6166 / 817-781-9229

E-mail: holocausteducationprojects@gmail.com

Temple Emanu-El: 305-538-2503

Reception and lighting of the

third light of Chanukah following the performance

Free and open to the public  suitable for 5th graders and up

This event is made possible due to the generosity of the following co-sponsors: Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach, The Foundation for Holocaust Education Projects, WIZO’s Florida Chapter, Simon Wiesenthal Center, Southern Region, Rochester College, Rochester, MI, Waynesboro High School, VA, High Intensity Sound and Lighting, Miami, Genesis Alternative School, Fishersville, VA, The Place for Tile, Terry, Tracie and Courtney Irvine, TX, Pinchas LTD, Washington, D.C. Performance of an original play: “Who Returned My Soul…” This play tells the stories and experiences of 10 unique eye witness accounts of the Sho’ah (The Holocaust). The survivors who are portrayed in the play live in the Miami area (two of them passed away in the last year: Jack Gunz, z”l 2008, and Henry Frydman, z”l, 2009). These stories document the amazing triumph over tragedy and the heroic efforts of non-Jewish friends and strangers who hid and sheltered those in grave danger. The play will be performed by original cast members, students and adults, who will be coming from Detroit, MI and Waynesboro, VA. This version of the play is performed in Reader’s Theater style by 10 actors and four narrators. The survivors whose stories are portrayed in the play will be seeing it for the first time.
This original play was written by Mrs. Kelly D. Brock and produced by the Foundation for Holocaust Education Projects to be used as a teaching tool for teachers and educational guide for middle, high school and college students.