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Five pieces of paper - Grandma's spirit lives on

solo performance · moti buchboot productions · Ages 13+ · family friendly · flashing lights · world premiere · one person show · 70 mins · Israel

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Five Pieces of Paper
Stories my Hungarian grandmother refused to tell me and other family tales.
This show was created in response to the 2017 Charlottesville riots at the University of Virginia by Moti, the grandson of a Holocaust survivor. Moti reveals lessons learned from his Hungarian grandmother who began her life’s journey in a village in Hungary, survived the Holocaust, and eventually settled in a small town in Israel. Told as a personal love narrative, this emotional rollercoaster unfolds through acting, Yiddish song, puppetry, storytelling, and baking. This spiritual ritual is meant to reveal and heal the trauma of Moti’s familial past.

production team

moti buchboot 
writer, co-director, performer.

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