Max is a German Jew operating a San Francisco gallery. His friend, Martin, returns to Germany; he is an Aryan. The two write letters until one is returned, "Address Unknown".
Performances will be April 16, 17 and 18 at 7:30pm. The reading recognizes the significance of April 16: Holocaust Remembrance Day.
The reading is based on the very popular short story by Katherine Kressmann Taylor. It is in the form of letters exchanged between two former business partners. Together they opened a gallery dealing in fine art, ranging from Picasso to Rubens. Max Eisenstein is a German Jew who is operating the San Francisco gallery. His friend, Martin Schulse, returns to Germany with his family. He is an Aryan. Their letters continue until one is returned, “Address Unknown”.
Don’t miss these two talented actors offering a provoking presentation reminding us of the horrors of the Holocaust.
Tickets are $10 and available at UPS next to Publix.