The Gerald W. Lynch Theater at John Jay College announces its Spring 2010 Season at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater at John Jay College, 899 Tenth Avenue, NYC, presenting three series: The Art of Justice, which integrates the arts and issues on justice; Great Music for a Great City, unique explorations of classical music; and Familytime!, bringing the arts to the next generation. The Theater also presents special events this season: "The Legacy of Shoah Concert and Film Festival" (the American premieres of four documentaries) and "Zombie", featuring a special talkback with author Joyce Carol Oates on February 12, 2010.
"The Legacy of Shoah" is a unique and compelling two-day festival of documentary films, lectures and music concert that share the personal experiences of survivors of the Holocaust. The Festival will feature the American premiere of "The Forgotten Transports", four films about deportations of Jews to little known concentration camps in Latvia, Belarus, Estonia and Poland, told through the memories of survivors by the award-winning director Lukas Pribyl. The concert will include Schubert’s "Arpeggione Sonata", Bach’s "Cello Suite No. 2 in D Minor", "Children of the Night" by Marion Wiesel, and "Forgotten Transports to Poland" by Lukaš PÅ™ibyl. The film "Forgotten Transports to Latvia" (Lukaš PÅ™ibyl) will be shown on 12:30pm, 3pm and 5:30pm on March 28, with "Distant Journeys" (Alfred Radok) at 8pm.
March 27 at 7pm
March 28 from 12:30pm-9:30pm
Theater: Gerald W. Lynch Theater
Address: 899 Tenth Avenue
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