‘Not a sound’ at Teater Tribunalen

a theatre performance by Ninna Tersman

Based on the true story of a young boy, Piotr Zettinger, who during World War II was smuggled through the Warsaw sewer system and out of the infamous Jewish ghetto. Hidden by Catholic families and nuns until the war was over, he survived. Today he is an 85 year old man, living in Sweden, lecturing about his life during the war, and about his narrow escape from certain death in the extermination camp at Treblinka.
This is the story of a boy living in constant fear of having his true identity revealed. It examines xenophobia, anti-Semitism, and prejudice, but also introduces some brave people who were prepared to risk their lives to help others. The Robert Weil Family foundation is a proud supporter of the production but also of the theatres ambitions to create a digitalized version to be available for schools and other organizations in their pedagogical work.

Not a sound will be performed in Stockholm for schools at Teater Tribunalen.

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