A Good Day at Auschwitz

Education Level
Higher Education

The extraordinary true story of Abe, a man the playwright met at his synagogue. Abe was a fellow of great humor and heart who not only survived three years at Auschwitz—certainly the worst place on earth—but fell in love there. Abe’s life speaks to the resilience of the human spirit, renewal and hope, even when there seems to be none.

Includes an interview with playwright Stephen Tobolowsky and LATW Producing Director Susan Loewenberg.

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Directed by Anna Lyse Erikson
Producing Director: Susan Albert Loewenberg
Alan Mandell as Abe
Stephen Tobolowsky as Himself
Senior Producer: Anna Lyse Erikson
Prepared for Audio by Mark Holden The Invisible Studios, West Hollywood
Recording Engineer: Neil Wogensen
Sound Design by: Mark Holden and Charles Carroll
Senior Producer: Ronn Lipkin
Foley Artist: Jeff Gardner
Editors: Neil Wogensen and Charles Carroll