Friday, August 26, 7 p.m. —
Etty is about one woman’s struggle to sustain humanity in the face of Nazi brutality. Etty asks us to consider our own responsibility today, in a world where the promise of “never again” has not yet been realized. Susan Stein stars.
COST: $15 single, $25 couple (no one turned away).
Stein is an actor, playwright and teaching artist in NYC. Stein has spent the past nine years
touring her original play, Etty, adapted from the writings of Dutch diarist, Etty Hillesum and directed by
Austin Pendleton, to theaters, universities, schools and prisons throughout the United States and parts of
Europe. Stein has been an Artist/Scholar in residence at Cambridge University, Duquesne, Boston College,
Vanderbilt and Chapman University. She leads workshops in writing and acting throughout the US and
UK. Susan studied acting at NYU Graduate School and SUNY Purchase and received a Master’s in Writing
at Wesleyan University. She was on the faculty of Princeton Day school for 13 years.