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Author:Ronni Sanlo
ICWP Member?:Yes
Nearest Large City:Seattle
Play Title:The Soldier and the Time Traveler
Runtime:61-90 minutes
Synopsis:In 2020, seventeen year-old Beth is a smart, geeky teen who is infuriated by her history teacher’s denial of the holocaust. Beth has heard the stories from her Jewish great-grandfather Sam and wants to see for herself. Beth time-travels back to 1945 to accompany 19 year-old Sam through the last five months of WWII Europe and the liberation of Dachau. While there, Beth and German teen time-traveler Ludvig meet two teen-age German girls and discover what happened to most German girls who lived in the villages that were ravaged by war. Beth also discovers why Sam and his army buddies, citizen soldiers, went to war
Max. Cast:9
Min. Cast:9
Genre:Young Actors
Theme:teaching WWII
Web Page:www.ronnisanlocom
First Name:Ronni
Last Name:Sanlo
Notes:The story is based on actual letters from Sam, the playwright’s father, to his wife Francis. It creates a link between 1945 and the present time.